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Workplace wellbeing champion – Support

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Support for those who may be struggling.

If anyone’s life is in immediate danger, call emergency services on triple zero (000) or visit the closest hospital Emergency Department (both 24-hr services)

When you work alone or in small teams,
some challenges are harder to manage.

Accessing wellbeing resources

Mental health services

Are you or someone you know a small business owner or sole trader?

Beyond Blue have developed a free mental health coaching program for small business owners.

The program new access for small business is designed for businesses with 20 staff or less to give owners the support they need to manage stress and get back to feeling like themselves.

Find out more on Beyond Blue

1800RESPECT counsellors understand that everyone’s experience of domestic, family or sexual violence is different. 

Whatever your situation, it is important to know that help and support are available.

Our trained counsellors are guided by you, your needs and your feelings about what is right for you and your situation.

Find out more on the 1800 Respect website

Lifeline’s crisis support service is available to provide short-term support for people who are feeling overwhelmed or having difficulty coping or staying safe. It is confidential one-to-one support, with a trained Lifeline telephone crisis supporter.

We encourage you to reach out, Lifeline is waiting to listen and wants to help. 

Find out more through Lifeline.org.au

DirectLine was established in 1986 to provide a 24-hour telephone counselling, information and referral service for anyone in Victoria wishing to discuss an alcohol or drug-related issue.

DirectLine is a key component of Victoria’s state-wide alcohol and drug network. It complements the network of treatment and support services in the community.

Find out more on the DirectLine website

When you’re going through a tough time, hearing how others got through a similar situation can really help. 

Read stories by other young people, tell us your own story or check out videos made by young people, for young people here!

Find out more on the Kids Helpline website

NURSE-ON-CALL is a telephone helpline that provides immediate, expert health advice from a registered nurse, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The phone service is for non-emergency health advice only.

If you think your situation is an emergency, you should always call Triple Zero (000) or go to an emergency department at a hospital.

Find out more through Health Direct ‘Nurse on Call’

Every year Gambler’s Help assists thousands of Victorians with free and confidential advice 24/7. We help people with gambling problems as well as those close to them who are affected by their gambling.

There are many ways to get help – choose the support that suits you. On the phone or online. You name the method, we’re here to help.

Your best bet is to find out more

Working to create an inclusive community where everyone can imagine and achieve their hopes and potential.

We connect people, strengthen families and transform communities for individuals of all ages experiencing disabilities or challenges to their social and emotional wellbeing.

Visit Wellways

SECASA is the largest sexual assault and family violence service provider across the south-east metropolitan Melbourne. We provide services to people who reside in, attend school or work on the Mornington Peninsula.

SECASA provides counselling for individuals who have been impacted by Sexual Assault and Family Violence.

Find out more here

 


This program is supported by the Victorian Government
Health and wellbeing Mental health

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