Sky offers a broad range of TV shows and movies, some of which include content or themes that some viewers may find upsetting. If you or a loved one has been affected by any of the issues addressed in our programming, the following organisations offer a range of resources and services you may find useful.
Youthline is a "with youth, for youth" organisation that supports young people throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. 
Free call 0800 376 633
Free text 234
Lifeline’s free community helplines (Lifeline 24/7, Suicide Crisis Helpline, Kidsline) as well as their text support service are answered by qualified counsellors and trained volunteers. 
Call 0800 LIFELINE (0800 543 354)
Or text HELP to 4357 
If you’re looking for help to do with sexual harm, Safe to Talk offer free confidential contact with trained specialists. They can also connect you to support services in your community.
Call 0800 044 334
Or text 4334
The Mental Health Foundation provides a comprehensive list of services available in New Zealand that offer support, information and help. 
Netsafe helps people in New Zealand who are concerned about or may have experienced harmful content online. Their service is free and confidential. 
Call 0508 NETSAFE (0508 638 723)
Text ‘Netsafe’ to 4282
For more information about Sky’s responsibilities around programme classifications and audience advisories, see here. If you feel we have breached the Code of Broadcasting Standards, you can make a formal complaint here.