As part of our fight for liveable incomes for all we want to make sure people know their rights at Work and Income.
If you need to speak to an advocate about your rights at WINZ or need help accessing your entitlements you can visit us on:
Onehunga (120 Church Street, Onehunga): Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am-3pm.
Waitemata Community Law Centre (1 Trading Place, Henderson): Wednesdays from 12:30pm-3pm.
Email: [email protected]
We offer free advocacy advice designed to help you understand your rights so that you can advocate for yourself and your community! Our organisation is volunteer run. While we do our best to work with as many people as we can, we often struggle to meet the incredibly high demand that we receive due to growing hardship in New Zealand. The more volunteers we have with us the more able we are to help people receive their full entitlements and transform our welfare system to one of support.
Our team of volunteer advocates assists people to get what they’re entitled to from Work & Income. We don’t take ‘no’ for an answer. Nor should you!
AAAP can work with you to:
- Offer advice and information
- Ensure you're receiving your full entitlements
- Gain access to food grants and other essential items
- Resolve Work and Income disputes
We can also provide advocacy training to other groups. Contact us for further information.