People in New Zealand who are affected by sexual assault have equitable and timely access to appropriate and high-quality health care and medico-legal services.

Ka wātea kau ki ngā tāngata i Aotearoa kua pāwheratia ngā ratonga hauora me ngā ratonga rongoā ā-ture e tika ana, e kounga ana hoki.

Our values

Enabling leadership

He whakamana kaiārahi

We achieve more by helping others to succeed.

Meaningful relationships

He hononga whai tikanga

We welcome difference and diversity, and foster caring, respectful and collaborative relationships.

Intentional community

He hapori i āta mahia

We operate as an inclusive community with a shared intention for the future.

Our key strategies and success measures

Enabling the provision of appropriate high-quality health care and medico-legal services

Service quality assurance outcomes and clinician feedback confirm that all medical care and medico-legal services for people affected by sexual violence and family harm are delivered by appropriately qualified clinicians who have access to best practice education and training programmes and effective support services.

Enabling equitable access to appropriate health care for people affected by sexual assault

Service usage demographics confirm increasing access to appropriate medical care and reflect improvements in national access policies and funding and increasing participation by clinicians in service development and provision.

Increasing violence prevention awareness, knowledge and response capability within the primary health sector

Participation levels and positive feedback confirms the relevance and quality of our family violence education programmes.