There's always someone

to turn to for support​

There's always someone

to turn to for support

If you require the support of a PVSV volunteer and your request is not of an urgent nature contact the PVSV Program Coordinator by completing the enquiry form on the contact page.

If you are in immediate risk you need to ring 000.

Victoria Police Wellbeing Services

Contact on (03) 9247 3344

This service includes:

  • Police Psychology Unit
  • Welfare
  • Peer Support Network
  • Chaplaincy
  • Internal Witness Support

You can also contact one of the Victoria Police EAP services directly, 24/7 on 1800 273 865 (SMG Health) or on 1300 364 273 (Acacia Connection).

You can also access information about mental health and wellbeing issues via the Bluespace website. Bluespace is a website created for current and veteran Victoria Police employees and their immediate families, helping them to access information about mental health and wellbeing issues, and services that may be of further assistance.

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The Police Association Victoria (TPAV members)

Contact on (03) 9468 2600

This service includes:
  • Wellbeing Services
  • Critical Incident Advice and Support
  • Legal and Discipline Advice
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Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU members) 

Contact the CPSU on (03) 9639 1822
or 1800 810 153 (during the hours of 9am to 5pm)

This service includes:
  • Wellbeing/Critical Incident/Trauma Service
  • Legal and Discipline Advice
  • WorkCover Services

Websites or Online

Information about mental health conditions and services that are available.

Provides information and facts about mental illnesses, online self-testing, current evidence-based treatments, and advice for seeking support for a mental health concern.

beyondblue.org.au

Offers information and facts about mental illnesses and wellbeing, online self-testing, and current evidence-based treatments.

blackdoginstitute.org.au

A national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

Lifeline Telephone Counselling – 13 11 14

lifeline.org.au

Australia has great mental health services and resources, but it can be tough finding the ones that suit you best. Head to health makes your search easier by hand-picking resources from publicly funded providers.

headtohealth.gov.au

The peak body for psychologists in Australia. Provides information and facts of mental health and wellbeing topics, and hosts tools to assist members of the public to better understand the Medicare system and psychological services, and to find a registered psychologist.

psychology.org.au

A national mental health charity working to support individuals who are affected by complex mental illness. SANE’s work includes mental health awareness, online peer support and information, stigma reduction, specialist helpline support, research and advocacy.

sane.org

National centre of excellence that promotes recovery for Australians affected by trauma.

phoenixaustralia.org

Offers information to improve people’s confidence to meaningfully connect with and support others.

ruok.org.au

Provides current and veteran Victoria Police employees and their immediate families with access to information about mental health and wellbeing issues, and services that may be of further assistance.
 

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