When a car crash happens, your life can be changed forever.
Shock and trauma are only a few of the emotions that you, your loved one or someone you know may be feeling. NESA is here to provide you with some victim assistance after a drunk or drugged driving crash.
We want you to know that no matter what you are feeling or going through that you are not alone.
We can send a free gift filled with love and kindness to help you or someone you know.
Contact us so we can deliver a We Care gift today.
Know someone who needs some cheering up?
We have Thinking of you Gift packs to send to your friend, family member or co-worker when they are recovering from a road crash.
Our goal is that every victim, family member or friend does not have to feel that they are alone and recieve victim assistance.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP
When you or a family member becomes a victim of a drink or drugged driving crash, it shakes your world as you know it. This crime affects many areas of your life and your family's. It can feel overwhelming, scary and be very traumatic.
At NESA, we are not just employees, we are survivors. We understand the distress that comes as the result of a drink or drugged driver crime and we want you to know that you are not alone.
Victim Assistance Programme
We are working on a specific Victim Assistance Programme, however in the meantime please contact directly if you need help or assistance if you or your loved one has been involved in a drunk or drugged driving crash.
There are a variety of resources and organisations in New Zealand that can help you, your family or your friends during this time:
- Victim Support
- Victims Information website
- The Lowdown
- Brake New Zealand
- EAP Services Limited or EAPworks - via employer referral programs.
- New Zealand Police
- Ministry of Justice
- Church or Faith organisations - can offer prayer, support or counselling.
It's important to ask for help from either the people around your or your family members and close friends.
Regardless if you think you are ok, it is important to consider reaching out and talk with someone to help you process, recover and heal from the crime that has affected you and your family.