health wellbeing and relationship project

ANMF (Vic Branch) member survey

Support services

If you feel distressed or anxious after completing the survey, please contact one of the services below.

Grounding techniques may also be helpful in anchoring you to the present moment, especially if you are feeling distressed or anxious. 

If you are concerned about your relationships and/or wish to seek support, the following services may be useful.

1800RESPECT 24hr confidential phone and internet information, counselling and support service for people impacted by sexual assault and domestic or domestic violence Australia wide. Ph. 1800 737 732
Safe Steps 24-hour specialist domestic violence service that can provide crisis support.
Ph. 1800 015 188
Nursing and Midwifery Health Program Victoria
Health support service for Victorian nurses, midwives and carers and associated students faced with substance use, mental health or domestic violence.
Ph. 9415 7551
Centres against sexual assault
Specialist counselling services for victim/survivors of recent or historical sexual assault.
Ph. 1800 806 292 
Sexual Assault Crisis Line
A state-wide, after-hours, confidential telephone crisis counselling service for people who have experienced both past and recent sexual assault.
Ph. 1800 806 292
Relationships Australia
Relationship counselling service for individuals, families and communities.
Ph. 1300 364 277
24hr confidential crisis support and suicide prevention services.
Ph. 13 11 14
Men’s Referral Service
A men’s family violence telephone counselling, information and referral service.

Ph. 1300 766 491

Mensline Australia
Telephone and online counselling service for men with family and relationship concerns.
Ph. 1300 78 99 78
Support, referral and information for all Victorian women, nonbinary and gender-diverse people.
Ph. 1300 134 130


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