Suicide & Crisis Lines
Alcohol & Substance Abuse
Domestic & Sexual Violence
Tanzania Legal Aid Association (TANLAP)
(255) 22 2761806
(255) 746 237 265
Tanzania Network of Legal Aid Providers (TANLAP) is an umbrella national network working in legal sector. It is a membership network comprising Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Community –Based Organizations (CBOs), Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) and other institutions providing legal aid in Tanzania
To collaborate with relevant stakeholders in creating a conducive legal and policy environment, providing diverse platforms on sectoral reform and access to justice through legal aid services, advocacy, awareness raising, strategic litigation, research and publications on issues affecting Women and Children.
Mental Health Conditions & Family Support
Action for Children in Conflict Tanzania (AfCiC)
Every child has a right to be protected, grow healthily and have access to education. Unfortunately, children living in countries that experience a lot of conflicts are deprived of these resources. Such children do not get the chance to access proper education; hence when fully grown they struggle to take care of themselves. This is the reason why Action for Children in Conflict has risen to fight for the well-being of these children.
CBM (formerly Christian Blind Mission)
CBM is the world’s leading organization tackling mental health and disability across developing countries.
Counselling and Family Life Organization (CAFLO)
(255) 754 833145
(255) 717 977370
(255) 787 889981
Counselling And Family Life Organization (CAFLO) empowers families and individuals to develop their communities at the grass roots level.
Kilimanjaro Childlight Foundation (KCF)
(255) 754 200 595
Kilimanjaro Childlight Foundation (KCF) is a non-governmental outreach organization that aims to improve the lives of Tanzania’s disadvantaged and vulnerable children who live and study in conditions of poverty and are unable to receive proper education and health services
Mental Health Association of Tanzania
(255) 757 528 295
Mental Health Association of Tanzania is a professional organization representing Mental Health in Tanzania. The organization has a long History of supporting Mental Health services in the Country. MEHATA has an increase number of members who are researchers, educators, clinicians, consultants and students.
Youth & Parenting
Child Helpline Tanzania
116 (Toll Free)
Responds to children in need of care and protection through free telephone number 116 AND voice their concerns to policy and decision-makers thro’ phone #116 in Tanzania. 116 is free service available across all networks in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar.