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Affinity Services Ltd

Na te manawanui a Affinity rātou ko ngā iwi Māori, ko ngā tāngata whai ora ki te mahi ngātahi.

Ka whakapau kaha mātou ki te takoto i ngā ara tika kia pai ake te piki o te hauora me te wairua, o te tangata whai ora. Hei kai arahi mātou i roto i tenei mahi hauora e pā ana ki ngā mate wairangi.


Affinity Services is a stand-alone Charitable Company, owned by the Affinity Services Charitable Trust. We are a community based organisation and have provided mental health services in the Auckland region since 1973. 

Affinity provides community based, recovery focused mental health support services and strives to assist people attain and live rich and fulfilled lives.

We are authorised trainers in the Strengths Model and we work with people using the following recovery tools: Prof. Mason Durie's Te Whare Tapa Wha (Four Cornerstones) Model; Prof. Charles Rapp's Strengths Model; and Mary Ellen Copeland's Wellness Recovery Action Planning (W.R.A.P).

The Strengths perspective is about a belief in human potential; working on the assumption that everyone has goals, and real talents, skills and competencies and that all environments contain resources, people and opportunities. Strengths-based case management is individually tailored to the unique needs of each person.



Affinity offers a wide range of services across the Counties Manukau and Auckland DHBs including;

  • Youth Services
  • Muslim Wellbeing
  • Adult Crisis Respite
  • Maternal Crisis Respite
  • Mobile Community Support
  • Community Living Service (CLS)
  • Community Outreach programme
  • Consumer Leadership
  • Residential
  • Peer Support
  • Supported Housing
  • Rainbow Community Liaison and Training 
  • Kaupapa Maori Support
  • Intensive Rehabilitation
  • Private Service - Support Stream



If you live in the Auckland, Counties Manukau and are over the age of 18; you can access a range of our free services, provided you meet the necessary criteria for referral. Our Youth service caters for under 18 year olds; referrals are made through ADHB clinical services.

Referrals can be made through:

  • DHB Clinical Team / Community Mental Health Centre
  • GP or Psychiatrist (for some services only)
  • Self-Referral (for some services only)

For more information please contact us.

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Contact details

Address: 300 Great South Rd, Greenlane, Auckland
Phone: (09) 531 4040
Fax: (09) 520 4068
Hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm Mon - Fri
Postal: PO Box 11 072, Ellerslie 1542, Auckland
Email: Send a message[email protected]
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Asian, Kaupapa Maori, Pacific peoples
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