Dunedin's health and wellbeing services are here to help with mental health, sexual health, substance abuse and counselling. Explore the directory of health services below.
Services include: contraceptive advice and supplies, pregnancy testing, emergency contraception, cervical smears, breast examinations, vasectomy referrals, STI testing and treatment, HIV tests, sexual counselling, fertility counselling, menopause assistance, and a wide range of community education workshops.
We work with and for our Pacific people to increase participation, responsibility and a greater sense of belonging through Health Promotion Activities that encourage regular physical activity and healthy nutrition, community sessions, Well Child Tamariki Ora and community support.
The Early Intervention in Psychosis Service provides comprehensive assessment and treatment for young people between the ages of 16-30 who are experiencing psychosis for the first time. Psychosis describes a condition affecting a person’s thought processes so that they can find difficulty in telling what is real and what is not. Psychosis can lead to changes in mood thinking and behaviour.
ADL is a not-for-profit youth services provider working with young people and their whānau across the lower South Island offering a diverse range of FREE services for young people aged 12 to 24 living in the lower South Island.
We see clients either in person (face-to-face) as well as online (video) or by phone – and can work with you at one of our service delivery sites, or at your school, in the community or at home.