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Mental Health Matters

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Maintaining good mental health is a priority to us all. A wide range of factors can impact our mental health and the mental health of our family, friends and colleagues. Day-to-day life can be hectic and our mental health can ultimately suffer. If you, a family member, a friend or a colleague are struggling with a mental health issue, there are a large number of resources available to assist including the following:

RANZCO : Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The EAP is a confidential counselling service available to RANZCO Fellows, Associates, Staff and their immediate family members. You can access EAP counselling by phone or you can call and make an appointment to see a counsellor face-to-face. EAP can help you with:

  • Interpersonal conflict and tension;
  • Work-related stress;
  • Change in your work environment;
  • Harassment and Grievances;
  • Relationship and family matters;
  • Personal and emotional stress;
  • Grief and bereavement;
  • Career issues;
  • Mental health concerns;
  • Personal crisis or trauma.

Emergency Contact Numbers

Australia – 000

New Zealand – 111

International Rescue – 112 (can be called from anywhere in the world)


First Nations Helpline

Phone Helplines

Reporting a Critical Incident Interactive

Health Support Services

Australia and New Zealand – Doctors’ Health Advisory Service (DHAS)

International – Check the government website of the country you are in to find support.

Last updated: April 17, 2024

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on which we live and work, and pays respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
Gadigal people of the Eora Nation are the traditional custodians of the land
where the RANZCO head office is located.
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