Assistance and enquires
Bullying in the workplace may be described as repeated inappropriate behaviour that can occur at work and/or in the course of employment. It may be direct or indirect, verbal or physical, or some form of negative interaction between one or more persons against another or others. Bullying behaviour can be regarded as undermining an individual's right to dignity at work.
Where can you get assistance
There are a number of organisations which can assist you with an enquiry or support.
Immediate assistance and support
If you have mental health concerns, you could contact one of the following helplines or organisations. Your local general practitioner may also be of assistance.
|Agency or company||Telephone contact|
Mental Health Emergency Response Line – for a psychiatric emergency assessment and advisory service – 24 hours/7 days
|(08) 9224 8888
1300 555 788 (Perth metropolitan area) 1300 676 822 (Peel Region)
|Lifeline – for telephone crisis support – 24 hours/7 days||13 11 14|
|Crisis Care Helpline – for telephone crisis support – 24 hours/7 days||9223 1111 (Perth)
1800 199 008 (State wide)
|Samaritans Crisis Line – for telephone crisis support – 24 hours/7 days||(08) 9381 5555
1800 198 313 (country callers)
|Kids Helpline – for a counselling service for those aged 5-25 years – 24 hours/7 days||1800 551 800|
|Mensline telephone support – for information, support and referrals for men – 24 hours/7 days||1300 789 978|
|Parent line WA – for telephone counselling for parents and carers of children – 24 hours/ 7 days||1800 654 432|
|Beyondblue information line – for information on depression, anxiety and related disorders and treatments and referrals||1300 224 636|
|SANE mental health information – for information and advice on symptoms, treatments, medications, support and help for carers – 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday||1800 187 263|
|AnglicareWA Relationship Services (KinWay) - for relationship counselling including bullying
||There are offices in various locations in Western Australia. For telephone numbers, go to the website.|
|Centre Care – for counselling services from offices in various parts of Western Australia||For telephone numbers, go to the website and look under ‘Counselling and Support Services’.|
|Relationships Australia, Western Australia – for counselling services in various parts of Western Australia||1300 364 277|
|Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC)|
Enquire about unfair, unreasonable or inappropriate behaviour at work
There are many agencies that address unfair, unreasonable or inappropriate behaviour at work . Find the most appropriate organisation to contact in relation to your enquiry.
Refer to Toolkits and information resources for further information on bullying.
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