USERS

Are you personally struggling with an addiction?

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Is someone you love struggling with an addiction?

Welcome to the Breakthrough Forum

We are a collaborative group of agencies that supports individuals and families, like yours, struggling with substance use and addiction. Breathe. You’re not alone. Many people, parents and families from all walks of life have gone through, and are going through, what you’re facing now. This site has been created to give you the information and support you need to get through this.

24hr Line

0800 800 508

Crisis Line

0800 543 345

24hr Helpline

0800 787 797

Need to Talk?

0508 272 834

Meth in New Zealand

Methamphetamine is hurting our people, our whānau and our communities. Also known as Meth, P, Ice or Crack, methamphetamine is being used by all kinds of people in the Western Bay of Plenty. Drug abuse is serious and can affect relationships, finances, physical and mental health. If you are using meth or see the harm meth is doing to someone you love, then now is the time to seek help. There are many people within our community ready to support you.

To find out more about the options available, and confidential advice and support, check out the Directory page. This page provides a range of local services and national helplines, all experienced in the harm meth and substance use and addiction. All providers will offer treatment options to help you and your whānau, in a friendly, supportive and professional way.


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Read about Real Life Stories

Feeling alone or unsure on how to help? Read some of our real life stories from individuals and family members who are going through or have been through similar circumstances - you are not alone.

This website has been developed by The Breakthrough Forum, a group of organisations in the Western Bay of Plenty who are working together to develop healthier communities. The purpose of the Forum is to raise awareness on methamphetamine (and other substance use and addiction) to prevent and reduce individual, whānau and community harm. We are here to support you and your whānau. For confidential, local help phone the Bay of Plenty DHB 24 hour helpline: 0800 800 508. For national help call the Alcohol and Drug helpline: 0800 787 797 or text 8681 (free, 24 hours a day, any day). If you are concerned for a loved one’s safety, call 111 immediately.

 

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