Advocacy, Complaints, and Feedback
Nationwide Health and Disability Advocacy
Having a problem with a health or disability service? Call us.
0800 555 050
Auckland Community Law Centre
Auckland Community Law Centre provides free legal services to members of the Auckland community.
There are also community law centres based in South Auckland, Mangere, and Waitemata. There are 24 community law centres throughout New Zealand, including centres that specialise in youth (Youthlaw), disability (Disabiilty Law), and Maori Land (Ngai Tahu).
Community law services are designed to empower people to resolve their own legal issues. This is mostly done over the phone with information, advice, assistance and self-help resources. They also provide legal education seminars in the community.
Auckland Disability Law Centre
Based within Mangere Community Law Centre
Unit 9, shop 27, Mangere Town Centre
(wheelchair access available)
09 257 5140 or 027 457 5140
Citizen’s Advice Bureau – Not sure? Ask us.
The Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB) service is about promoting knowledge and understanding and providing people with the confidence and support that will enable them to influence the things that affect them. When helping individual clients CAB’s aim is not to take over the management of a client’s situation, but instead to work alongside them, helping them to help themselves and providing pathways for resolving their issues.
0800 367 222 (0800 FOR CAB)
Human Rights Commission
The Human Rights Commission promotes and protects the human rights of all people in Aotearoa New Zealand. They work for a free, fair, safe and just New Zealand, where diversity is valued and human dignity and rights are respected.
Complaints guide and information:
InfoLine: 0800 496 877 (toll free)
Fax: 09 377 3593 (Attn: InfoLine)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (for general enquiries)
TXT: 0210 236 4253