Auckland City Mission

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The Mission provides powerful advocacy and excellent social and medical services to marginalised people in Auckland.

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The Mission works one-on-one with clients to address issues including poverty, addiction, isolation and poor health. Our range of services include an inner-city homeless drop-in centre, homeless outreach & support, drug & alcohol services, crisis care emergency assistance, isolated elder service, low-cost health centre, community food programme, and second-hand shops.

Over the 2015 - 2016 financial year, Auckland City Mission:

•distributed $1.48 million worth of food via Foodlink

•provided 13,714 emergency food parcels

•supported 128 homeless people into housing

•conducted10,339 health consultations

•provided 2,982 nights of residential detoxification for those withdrawing from alcohol and/or drugs

•supported 186 isolated elderly people

•handled over 44,079 visits to the Drop-In centre.

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