Talofa Lava, Malo e lelei, Kia Orana, Fakalofa lahi atu, Ni sa bula vinaka, Malo ni
In our Pasifika communities’ topics like sex or porn can be tricky to talk about with parents, whanau, friends, or church members. It might feel awkward, shameful or embarrassing talking about online sexual stuff – and easier to just keep silent. But it’s super important that you’re not alone and have someone you can confidentially talk to, or who understands your experience. Check out these awesome Pasifika support services that might be able to help out…
Le Va aims to support Pasifika families and communities to achieve the best possible health and wellbeing outcomes. See their resources page for a bunch of fact sheets on mental health, for young people, parents and health care workers: leva.co.nz/resources
The village collective delivers a variety of services to equip Pacific youth, families, and communities with knowledge and resources relating to sexual health and wellbeing, including: Talavou Fale, Rainbow Fale and Professional development.
Equipped with a 24/7 online chat where you can ask questions to one of their team.
Awesome wellbeing tool that helps you work through any type of problem by guiding you through a series of questions that help you come up with ideas, solutions and connections to the right support.