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We are happy to coordinate faith formation by either providing a facilitator from our own team or finding others.

Phone: View website The Phobic Trust (now The Anxiety New Zealand Trust) was first conceptualised by Marcia Read QSO and the late Mr David Ludbrook. A 24 hour voluntary phone line was established in 1983 and from this a trial clinic started in Parnell, with the main St Luke's clinic being created soon afterwards. Phone: 08 or View website Anxiety Support group (St Lukes): Every other Thursday, 6–8pm.

Social Anxiety Support group (St Lukes): Every other Saturday, 3–4.30pm. Free education and support for family and friends (who support others with anxiety). For more information on the dates of the groups, please contact by email or phone below.

Members are able to engage anonymously one on one, in groups or the wider membership, express themselves creatively, gain knowledge and self-awareness through available information resources.

View website We provide cultural support and recovery support for Chinese mental health consumers and their families. We run workshops and activities for our group members.

Youth respite services are available for ages 13–24.

Adult services include: adult crisis respite, family/whanau support, flexible community living support, Kaupapa Maori support, maternal mental health (including respite), occupational therapy, peer support, support for community involvement and supported employment. If anxiety, panic attacks or phobias are interfering with your life or the life of one of your loved ones – contact the trust today.

By our Baptism, we are called to life in relationship with God and to live as disciples of Jesus Christ at home, in the workplace, the community and the world.

Faith formation opportunities help us to grow in our relationship with God, developing an understanding of the Bible and the Catholic tradition in order to deepen our spiritual life and practices, and engage in service and mission. It has been written for parishes in Aotearoa New Zealand and is a chance to reflect, chat and renew our faith together, in response to the challenge of Pope Francis and in light of the Auckland Diocesan Pastoral Plan.

Some parishes like to hold these sessions over a number of weeks, whilst others prefer during a Saturday or Sunday.

We can mix and match according to a parishes needs.

Affinity provides support to people with mental illness in the community.