The Auckland City Mission provides unique and specialised health and social services to marginalised Aucklanders. The Mission offers hope to individuals and families who may be experiencing a temporary set back or a long-term problem that needs expert attention.
Whether it's a specific issue that has led people to the Mission, the effects of the continuing poverty cycle, or a culmination of many problems, the Mission's Social Workers are there to help.
On arrival at the Mission, one of the social workers will take time to talk through a persons situation in depth - to really try to understand what is going on for them.
The Mission doesn't just hand out a food parcel and send people on their way. Staff provide advice, give immediate assistance, make referrals to other services and develop a plan to really help.