Is this an emergency?

Where there is an imediate risk of harm to self or others, always call:

Emergency Services 000
RMIT Urgent Security
Tel: 9925 3333 

Do you need urgent help?

Call these free helplines 24/7

LifeLine

13 11 14

beyondblue Support Service
1300 224 636

Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467

Immediate assistance at RMIT

Are you in Australia?

If you or others need immediate assistance relating to mental wellbeing, such as overwhelming distress or thoughts of harming yourself or others call:

RMIT Connect (business hours) 
9925 5000
RMIT Student Crisis Line (after hours)
Tel: 1300 305 737  
0488 826 348 (text)

Are you overseas?

If you are an RMIT student travelling overseas and require medical, security or other emergency assistance, call or visit:

RMIT International SOS (24/7)

 +61 2 9372 2468

The Department of Foreign Affairs
+61 2 6261 3305


 

Reach out for support

Note: Safer Community email and phone messages are checked daily from Monday to Friday.

Please note that the RMIT Safer Community and Student Counselling Service are not emergency services. If you or others feel at risk or consider the situation to be an emergency, call the Police or an ambulance on 000 if you are on campus, alert Campus Safety and Security on 03 9925 3333.

 

Other assistance numbers

Lifeline (24-hour)

13 11 14

Victorian Suicide Line (24-hour)

1300 651 251

Kids Help Line

1800 55 1800 (Freecall)

Centre Against Sexual Assault (24-hour)

1800 806 292

DirectLine (24 hour drugs/alcohol info)

1800 888 236

Safe Steps family violence response centre (24-hour)

1800 015 188 (Freecall)
+ 61 3 9373 0123

Gambling help online

1800 858 858 (Freecall)

Grief Line (12pm–3am) 

+ 61 3 9935 7400