Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to all those who are impacted by the terrorist attack in Christchurch; our Christchurch staff and volunteers, our Muslim staff and volunteers, our callers, the people of Christchurch and the nation.
Our Christchurch centre is not too far from the one mosque and the impact will be felt immensely on so many levels and in so many unique ways.
We support people every day with the effects of trauma, we know that it can take a very long time to heal and even then at times it is easily triggered. This is a significant event in New Zealand’s history and as our Prime Minister said, “unprecedented”.
Thank you to all those who have taken calls over the weekend and we’re sure that the events of March 15 were brought up in many of the conversations. You all do such an amazing job; thank you again.
For those who are impacted by this tragedy, take care of your selves and know that we are here to support you.
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