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Tu Wahine

October 01, 2012 at 4:05 PM

Counsellors and Therapists for Wahine, Tamariki and Whanau who have been involved in Whanau and Sexual Violence.

Provide Pepi/Tamariki/Rangatahi Advocacy Services and Primary Prevention projects and training.

Contact: Stella Gukibau - Tumuaki/Director, 247 Edmonton Road, Te Atatu South PO Box 83 230 Te Atatu South 0652

ph: 838 8700 email: stella@tuwahine.org.nz  



Tags: Women Maori Crisis Sexual Violence
Category: Service