Sentencing information and latest support news
Whether you are attending court, hearing things in the media, or just aware that the sentencing is taking place, it’s normal to feel upset or stressed with media coverage and other reminders of the March 15 attacks.
It can help to understand more about what is happening at court and some of the information and services that are available to support you during this time.
Victims Information has set up a web page specifically for victims, families and those affected by the attacks on the two Christchurch Mosques. It has information on court processes and sentencing as well as support.
If you will be watching the sentencing from home this two-page resource has specific wellbeing advice
If you or someone you know is struggling, help is available. Visit the Tips and guidance section for resources to help with self-managing your own or a loved one’s mental health and wellbeing. To talk to someone go to Immediate help or Health providers and counsellors for contact details.
Latest support news
Our Future Together – Te Kohao Pounamu is a newsletter featuring the most up-to-date information on support for people affected by the 15 March Christchurch mosque attacks.
The newsletter covers news related to the ongoing response, initiatives and events set up by or tailored for the Muslim community, wider community events, and health and wellbeing advice.
The information is pooled from the many government and community organisations that continue working together to provide support. Representatives from these agencies and groups meet regularly to touch base and gather the most up-to-date information.