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Victims Access Line 1800 633 063 Aboriginal Contact Line 1800 019 123 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm)

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Help and support contacts 

In this section you can find the contact details for organisations that provide information and support services for victims of crime in NSW. Select a heading for more information.

Call the Victims Access Line for help, support and referral to other services. Details are on our contact us page.

If you:

 Who you can contact:

are in a life threatening situation Emergency services:
Triple Zero 000

are a victim needing general assistance



Victims Access Line:
1800 633 063

Homicide Victims Support Group

Enough is Enough

Victims of Crime Assistance League (VOCAL)

Compassionate Friends

National Association for Loss and Grief (NALAG)

want to talk to someone

CatholicCare Relationship Counselling

Lifeline 131 114

Relationships Australia

Salvo Care Line


are a victim of domestic violence

Domestic Violence Line

Womens and Girls Emergency Centre

are a victim of sexual assault

NSW Rape Crisis Centre

1800 Respect

NSW Health Sexual Assault Services

are a family member of a homicide victim Homicide Victims Support Group
want to report suspected child abuse

Child Protection Helpline
132 111

are looking for services for children

Kids Help Line

Reach Out


Child and Adolescent Sexual Assault Counsellors

are concerned about an elderly person NSW Elder Abuse Hotline
are Aboriginal and a victim of crime

Victims Services Aboriginal Contact Line:
1800 019 123

Aboriginal Legal Service

Indigenous Womens Legal Line

Wirringa Baiya Legal Centre

have a disability

Mental Health Advocacy Service

Intellectual Disability Rights Service

National Disability Abuse and Neglect Hotline

speak a language other than English

Immigrant Women's Speakout

are gay or lesbian           

Safe Relationships Project    

need legal assistance

Community Legal Centres


Domestic Violence Legal Service

need accommodation

Homeless Persons Information Centre

are a witness needing support at court

Witness Assistance Service

Mission Australia Court Support Service

Victims and Witnesses of Crime Court Support


Graphic of Phone numbers to contact NSW police - for emergencies call 000, for non-urgent crime call police assistance line on 131444, to report crime anonymously call crime stoppers on 1800 333 000