Aoraki Rōpū – Accessible Family Violence Education for everyone

“I think in family harm and disability there's so much isolation, and that's the beauty of coming together and having those shared experiences and connection in a group. Not everyone has to do the group, but the fact that groups are on offer as well as one-on-one work is really important.”

There was finally someone who would stand beside me.

“I felt that my entire universe was imploding and that everything I’d committed to was slipping out of my fingers." Read how ReachOut supported Bennett to get his physical and mental health back, and be a better father for his children.

Introducing a New Men’s Education Group

“I wish ReachOut was around when my parents were going through their divorce years ago. I feel as if my brothers and I wouldn’t have had to experience what we did if they understood the impacts of violence, and what that does to a child."

I can’t change what happened, but I know it doesn’t define me.

Tanya’s first contact with Aviva was through the 0800 support line when she reached out for help for herself and her children. This is her story.

Aviva launches media campaign for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

“Asking For It… To Stop” is a campaign calling the community to action – to prevent sexual violence.

Aviva a Finalist for Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year

“We see this as acknowledgement of not just the current team at Aviva, but even more importantly, those we have worked with to overcome the violence they have experienced."