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Our Conversion Practices Survivor network is for all Rainbow, LGBTQIA+, Takatāpui and MVPFAFF+ people aged 18+ who have experienced conversion practises whether that was in a clinical, faith or whānau environment.
Please note that we are not a crisis or emergency service – If you need to talk to someone right now, call or text 1737 any time to talk with a trained counsellor, or check this list of emergency contacts. You can also call our free support line, 0800 688 5463, any evening between 6 and 9 to talk to one of our volunteers.
We are running a monthly peer support group for survivors of conversion practices. We will do an initial 1-1 peer support session to find out about your support needs and work together on some wellbeing strategies and then also offer 1-1 peer support sessions as required. We also have a limited funded counselling budget so there are some people who will fit our criteria for funded sessions as well.
For needs outside of this, we aim to connect with accurate and correct information and services that will provide safe and respectful support.
Who is this service for?
All rainbow people nationwide aged 18+ who have experienced conversion practices. If we get referrals from rainbow people younger than that we will help them find support elsewhere.
What can we help with?
Our peer support group aims to give survivors a chance to connect with other survivors and in doing so let go of some of the shame, fear, pain and isolation that conversion practises create.
We hope that there will be other opportunities to connect with other survivors. We will also try to connect you with other useful services or mental health support.
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