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March 4, 2019 | by  | in News |
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Response to Letter: VUWSA

VUWSA declined to respond directly.

However, they encourage anyone passionate about mental health and wellbeing to email twio@vuwsa.org.nz to be added to their volunteer list.

 

Contact support stuff:

Helpline: Free call or text 1737

Mauri Ora Student Health: +64 4 463 5408

Wellington Accident and Urgent Medical Centre: +64 4 384 4944

Call 111 in an emergency

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