Helping people find the right resources to support their needs is a key step in moving forward after traumatic events.
This website is a resource to help support people affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks on 15 March 2019.
It was initially set up in 2019 by Canterbury District Health Board to provide relevant health and wellbeing resources in one place.
The website has since been updated to reflect the ongoing needs of people affected by this event. This recognises that many people may feel distressed, and experience symptoms of stress, when events, media or public discussion highlight the Christchurch mosque attacks again.
While this website is part of the response to provide ongoing support to our community, most resources and contact details are relevant for anyone that has experienced grief and loss, trauma or tough times and is looking to manage their mental health and wellbeing or support a child or young person.
If you have any feedback on the website please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.