Enabling the Wellbeing of Male Survivors of Sexual Violence.
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Are you a Kiwi male who has experienced sexual abuse? You are not alone.
1 in 6 New Zealand males experience sexual abuse as young people.
You have chosen the right place to begin your recovery journey. We can help you reclaim the life that was stolen from you.
We are here to help you.
How We Can Help You.
SAFE TO TALK
The helpline can be accessed free, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by phone, text, website, online chat and email.
Confidential listening and care. One-on-one and peer group support. Referrals for specialist support. Workshops and much more.
We have various support resources available for you to download, with governance and operational policies.
Sign Up To Stay In Touch.
We send out newsletters only occasionally and we fully respect that your information always remains private.
OPINION: Never look a gift horse in the mouth. That’s the first phrase that sprang to mind when Dilworth School announced plans to compensate former students who were sexually abused by…
The head of the New Zealand Catholic church has asked the Vatican for permission to launch an investigation into the handling of complaints about a priest who groomed a teenage…
ACC is spending nearly 45 million dollars on a bid to prevent sexual violence, including $11.7 million for kaupapa Māori approaches. Over the next four years it aimed to tackle…
A priest convicted of grooming a teenage girl to send him nude photos was the subject of a previous complaint that was covered up by the Tongan Catholic Church. The…
Thousands of child exploitation images, including images of children as young as two being raped and tortured, were found on a laptop computer discarded at an apartment rubbish dump. The…
A web-crawling software will be used in New Zealand with the aim of detecting and removing child sex abuse material. The New Zealand Classification Office has joined a one-year pilot…
Donate To Us.
The Inland Revenue Department has confirmed that MSSAT Aotearoa has Donation Organisation Status and we welcome Donations to our Charitable Trust. Individuals making donations can claim Tax Credits for income tax purposes for cash donations of $5 or more, see Section LD 1 of the Income Tax Act 2007.
Please email us including your address to [email protected] for your receipt which you will need for tax purposes.