Ensuring the wellbeing of our staff and community

Welcome – We are here for you. Our phone lines and staff emails continue to operate as usual through the COVID-19 pandemic. We appreciate your support and understanding as we all adapt to these difficult times.

WHLM acknowledges that people in our organisation, community and society are being negatively impacted by Covid-19. This is a very challenging and uncertain time and we will all be affected in different ways.

Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

Our Well Women’s Clinic offers essential sexual and reproductive health services.  To make an appointment for Options counselling or to speak with our Well Women’s Clinic nurse, please call our reception: 5443 0233.

You can also contact 1800 MY OPTIONS for information about contraception, pregnancy options and sexual health in Victoria.
PH 1800 696 794

Your Safety is Essential

If you feel unsafe or are concerned for someone’s safety, please call 000 or contact the police in your state or territory.

1800 RESPECT – National sexual assault, domestic and family violence counselling service, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
PH 1800 737 732

Safe Steps – Assists Victorian women and their children who are experiencing family violence through a 24/7 phoneline and specialist support services.
PH 1800 015 188

With Respect – Specialist LGBTIQ family violence service
1800 LGBTIQ (1800 542 847)

Centre for Non-Violence
PH (03) 5430 3000

Centre Against Sexual Assault Central Victoria
PH (03) 5441 0430

COVID-19 Vaccinations

Vaccines are currently our best line of defence against this virus and it’s variants. The more people who are vaccinated, the greater the protection for those vaccinated and the whole community.

The COVID-19 vaccines are free, safe and voluntary.

For more information or to make a booking, please visit the Victorian Government’s COVID vaccination site HERE.

Stay Safe Victoria

Please remember to continue with your COVID-safety practices even when fully vaccinated, including:
  • continuing to practice good hand and cough hygiene
  • physical distancing when you are out for essential purposes
  • wear a mask indoors and outdoors
  • staying home if unwell
  • getting tested if you have even the mildest of symptoms.
Remember to stay up to date with current Victorian State Government requirements.