Enabling the Wellbeing of Male Survivors of Sexual Violence.
You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start from where you are and change the endingCS Lewis
E kore a muri e hokia, heoi anō, nōu anō te mana ki tō ara whakamua
How Can We Help You?
Walk With Us
Experience our peer support services.
“There is a great deal of strength gained from knowing someone who has walked where you are walking and now has a life of their choosing”
Read about other survivor experiences and recovery journeys, review our publications and research material.
A support and advocacy group for men who have experienced sexual abuse is looking to open a space in Blenheim. The Male Room director Philip Chapman, based in Nelson, said he realised the need in Marlborough after getting calls from men asking for local support. It was time” Blenheim had its own Male Room.Chapman said…
Cardinal John Dew described the abuse as unacceptable and indefensible, and said the church was deeply sorry. Photo: ODT files An apology from the Catholic Church to abuse survivors has been slammed as shallow and only intended to satisfy the general public. Cardinal John Dew made the apology, the first formal apology to victims, at…
Work on a day shelter for Nelson’s homeless, Whare Haumanu, is progressing with an anticipated opening in May ahead of the cold winter months. The project is a combined project from The Male Room, Nelson City Council, and Nelson city’s Rotary clubs spearheaded by Rotary Club of Nelson President Gaile Noonan. Noonan said building consent applications were…
The head of Auckland’s Anglican Church says he is “highly embarrassed” after it was pointed out to him their dedicated phone line for abuse survivors was disconnected. Faith-based institutions are giving evidence in Auckland this week at the second part of the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry redress hearings. On Thursday, Bishop of…
The Salvation Army has apologised for the historical abuse of people in its care. The army gave evidence today at the Abuse in Care inquiry being held in Auckland. Over the next two weeks churches have the chance to speak about how they handled abuse cases and what support they gave survivors. Salvation Army chief…
Donate To Us.
Thank you for your donation. Our survivor community appreciates your support.
The Inland Revenue Department has confirmed that Male Survivors Te Ta Tokerau 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.
Sign Up To Stay In Touch
We send out newsletters only occasionally and we fully respect that your information always remains private.