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Support

Below are some sites, groups and services that might be beneficial for people who have been damaged by living at or contact with the Centrepoint Community.

Closed Facebook group for people who wish to connect over their experiences of being members of a cult or fundamentalist group.

A UK based initiative which allows the survivors of childhood sexual abuse access to support, and the opportunity to safely tell their stories.

Closed Facebook group for ex-children of Centrepoint Community, for discussion of issues surrounding their time at Centrepoint. A particular focus of the group is supporting each other in dealings with the NZ Community Growth Trust and applications for support.

A global network founded in 1979 joining people who are "concerned about psychological manipulation and abuse in cultic or high-demand groups, alternative movements, and other environments."

See this website for information about the restorative justice process withiin the criminal justice system in New Zealand. What restorative justice is, how it helps you to put things right, who provides the services, and an outlines of the process.

This trust was formed after the Centrepoint Community dissolved with the funds remaining from the Centrepoint Trust. These funds are administered by the Public Trust. They have an interest in supporting ex-Centrepoint children who require counselling or are experiencing hardship.

Contact point for support services in NZ for people who are either currently or historically affected by abuse and are looking for ways to get safe, get support, and get legal or medical help.

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