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Skylight offers support for those affected by recent storms

24 April 2014

Skylight offers support for those affected by the recent storms and floods

Skylight, a national organisation supporting all ages through trauma, loss and grief in their lives, has responded to the latest storms and floods by posting up a dedicated webpage offering both practical information and emotional support to those affected.

To access Skylight’s web page, follow this link: http://skylight.org.nz/Floods+and+Storms+Support

This site provides an extensive list of links and downloads providing high quality information and advice, including advice on restoring your home after storm and flood damage, and public health and safety information. It also offers specific resources for supporting children.

For more information about the services on offer from Skylight, call 0800 299 100 or see our website at www.skylight.org.nz

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