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Asian Family Services national director, Kelly Feng becomes a members of the New Zealand Order of Merit.

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Asian Family Services is recruiting now for Auckland office

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National calls for better mental health services for Asians

News Source: Radio NZ, 20/01/2022

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Much-needed online Asian language interpreter service being piloted

News Source: Ministry of Health, 09/09/2021

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Asian mental health survey: Multiple barriers to people seeking help

News Source: Radio NZ, 21/07/2021

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Asians satisfied with NZ life but face depression risk: Survey

The latest media release from NZ Herald

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Childhood Experiences of Living Within a Problem Gambling Family

“Your father might not come home.” That’s what my mom said to us 40 years ago; the words still echo in my heart just like it was yesterday.

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Gambling Harm Awareness Week 2020

Gambling Harm Awareness Week evolved from Gamblefree Day which was traditionally held on 1 September. This year, it will be held 1 September –6 September 2020. The week is designed to encourage community discussions about gambling harm.

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New Zealand Police recorded nearly 150 cases of family violence per day within the first 4 days of the COVID-19 lockdown! Please say “No” to family violence!!

News media in New Zealand simultaneously reported on this shocking issue: the dramatic increase of family violence cases during the COVID-19 lockdown in New Zealand. Family violence is not okay. We are here to help.

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Asian schoolgirl forced to change schools due to racial harassment! Don’t be silent when you are treated unfairly in New Zealand!

During the COVID-19 pandemic, AFS received many calls from those who suffered from racial harassment related to coronavirus. Lily’s case was one of them. To protect the privacy of the client, names have been changed and background information masked

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