1800RESPECT counsellors are not available by email
Emails sent from this page are not read by a counsellor. Please do not send emails with personal information. If you would like to speak with a counsellor, please call 1800 737 732 or contact our counsellors via web chat.
Emails that include abusive language will not be responded to.
Call 000 if you are in danger now.
What our team can assist with
Please use the form to:
- Request information about 1800RESPECT that is not available on our website
- Provide feedback, compliments or complaints about the 1800RESPECT service, including telephone counselling, online counselling, or our website
- Request a guest speaker from 1800RESPECT at your webinar, conference or event
- Requests for use of 1800RESPECT logos or content.
Your email address will not be used for marketing purposes.
You can find out more about the security of your personal information in our Privacy Statement.
Please note that we are unable to provide feedback to anonymous complainants as we are unable to investigate without a name or alias.
Due to the increased number of emails during COVID, there may be some delay in response. We thank you for your patience and understanding. Please see below for information that may answer your enquiry.
Job opportunities, volunteering and student placement
Job opportunities: If you are a qualified counsellor and are interested in opportunities at 1800RESPECT, our service is delivered by Medibank Health Solutions, and all available opportunities are advertised on the Medibank Careers website.
Volunteering: 1800RESPECT does not have a volunteer program. Please see our Service Directory for organisations in your area who may be looking for volunteers.
Student placement: 1800RESPECT does not have a student placement program.
For more information, see our Careers and Volunteering page.
Requests for information by students
Due to the scale of demand for information and interviews, 1800RESPECT only grants one-on-one interviews with media.
Unfortunately we are unable to assist with high school, collage university projects and assignments.
If you are seeking broader statistical information on sexual assault, domestic and family violence in Australia, please see the Australian Bureau of Statistics website, plus recent reports from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, and the Australian Institute of Criminology.
For completed and current research on violence against women, pleas see the ANROWS (Australian National Research Organisation for Women's Safety) website.
To apply to be part of the 1800RESPECT Service Directory, or to adjust your existing information, please see our About the 1800RESPECT Service Directory page for information and links to forms.
1800RESPECT does not offer individual or corporate training.
Please contact our National Plan Partner DV-alert for workshop and training options Australia-wide.
Ordering promotional materials such as cards, pens and stickers is now done online. To place your order, visit the Promoting 1800RESPECT page, and click on the 'Order 1800RESPECT resources online' link. We aim to have resources delivered to you within 7 days of your order being approved.
All resources and delivery charges are free. Please note that there is a limit on certain items. Contact us with details of your event if you wish to make a bulk order. Some items may be out of stock, but you are welcome to check back at a later date.
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1800RESPECT counsellors can only be contacted through telephone or web chat. Emails are not monitored by counsellors, and we do not provide a counselling service through email, or face-to-face consultations. Please do not send personal information. If you are in danger, please call 000.
1800RESPECT can only be accessed within Australia. Our telephone and web chat services do not work outside these boundaries. If you are an Australian citizen living overseas, please contact a sexual assault or domestic violence service in the country you are currently living in, or contact local authorities if you are in danger.