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  • Family violence and harm Whakarekereke ā-whānau
  • Sexual violence Taitōkai
  • Assault Pātuki
  • Suicide Whakamomori
  • Homicide Patunga
  • Home burglary Tāhae ā-whare
  • Road injuries and deaths Aituā ā-rori
  • Sudden death Matewhawhati
  • Workplace injuries or deaths Te whara, te mate rānei i te Wāhimahi
  • Natural Disasters Aituā tara-ā-whare
  • Terrorism Whakatuatea
  • Hate Crime Taihara Mauāhara
  • Witnessing a crime or trauma Te Kaiwhakaatu
  • Other crimes or incidents Taihara kē
  • Coping with grief and trauma Hiki taumahatanga
  • Using your resilience Whakakahangia te manawaroa
  • Understanding the justice system Whakamāramatia te ture
  • The coronial process Te Pūrongo o te Ao Kakarauri
  • Going to court Haere ana ki te kōti
  • After sentencing I muri i te whiunga
  • The Parole Board Te Poari Tuku Whakamātau
  • Managing media interest Whakahaere i te hunga pāpāho
  • Supporting others Āwhi tāngata
  • Keeping safe Noho haumaru
  • Financial assistance Pūtea tautoko
  • Resource centre Te Rito Rauemi

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