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Home and Family Counselling has launched their new website


Home and Family Counselling has launched their new website.


Home and Family Counselling Executive Director, Shelley Anderson, says “Updating our website represents the fresh new look of Home and Family Counselling. The new site is easier for users to navigate and better reflects the work we do in the community.”

The new design and layout has been optimised for mobile and tablet. “This was important to us,” says Shelley, “because personal devices can provide more privacy for people to seek counselling help.”

Home and Family Counselling is incredibly grateful for a funding grant from the A H Watson Charitable Trust that financed the website project. “As a charity, we rely on grants and donations to maintain and grow our services. We couldn’t have completed this without the grant and the goodwill of our web developer, Toby Yorke at Geekfree web design.”

As part of our ongoing effort to better connect with our community, Home and Family Counselling has also just established a new e-newsletter ’Let’s Talk’ which will be sent to subscribers. Community members are welcome to sign up via our website.

Home and Family Counselling is a community-based counselling service, providing counselling to children, youths, individuals, couples and families. The organisation is one of Auckland’s longest serving charities, helping people in need for over 120 years.

For more information on Home and Family Counselling, visit www.homeandfamily.org.nz.

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