Kia Ora Koutou, Talofa Lava, Kia Orana, Malo e lelei
We are delighted to be at Level 1 – uniting for the COVID-19 recovery.
Each of our sites has a QR code for you to record your movements if you wish to do so.
We do ask that if you are unwell, please stay at home, and contact your GP.
Our Enliven homes are now have unrestricted visiting; our Family Works teams and groups are available face to face; and all our shops are open and will welcome you warmly.
We are offering a range of assistance and advice to those affected by the COVID-19 situation, including food parcels, financial mentoring and low/no interest loans.
If you have an immediate concern about your mental health or that of a family member or friend, remember you can call or text the government funded free and confidential counselling service on 1737 at any time (day or night) to speak to a trained counsellor.
Be kind and take care.
Presbyterian Support Otago works for a fair, just and caring community.
Kaihapai Perehipitīriana o Otakou i mahi ai mo te tika me te hapori e manaaki ana
We care for Otago’s older people, support families in need and deliver programmes for young adults and children. Our services are available to all people in the Otago community, no matter their age, gender, religion or background. Your support through donations, or volunteering will make a difference to families and children in need across Otago.
Latest News from Presbyterian Support Otago
You'll Never Walk Alone22 June 2020
Even in lockdown Presbyterian Support Otago staff kept working towards positive change, strong families, and healthy communities.
Janet York and Suzann McLeod, Club Enliven Dunedin's Day Programme Ac...
Buddies' Links Unkbroken22 June 2020
We spoke with Buddy Programme Coordinators around the region to see what Buddy pairs got up to during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Buddy pairs weren’t able to meet in person during this time, but that didn...