Welcome to families of NSW Ambulance staff

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The NSW Ambulance Family Support Network has the key objective of equipping family members of NSW Ambulance staff with the knowledge and resources to look after their own and their families wellbeing.

Supports available for family of NSW Ambulance Staff

Employee Assistance and Psychological Services (EAPS)

Watch a short video from one of our Senior Staff Psychologists about EAPS.

EAPS is a professional and free telephone and face to face support service available to all NSW Ambulance employees, volunteers and their families. EAPS offers a short term solution focused counselling service. Individuals are entitled to four sessions per issue per year.

Call 1300 687 327

NSW Ambulance Legacy provides an inclusive and supportive network and services for former employees who become members.

Watch a short video of our NSW Ambulance Legacy Coordinator.

For further information go to NSW Ambulance Legacy.

Watch a short video from our Senior Chaplain.

Ambulance Chaplains are part of a holistic support team that provides nonjudgmental support to Ambulance staff and their families. We can assist you to navigate feelings of loss and grief, personal challenges and issues within the family. Chaplains can also provide spiritual guidance or help to access other faith based care or welfare services and may be requested for a baptism, wedding, funeral or other ceremony.

Get in touch with a chaplain AMBULANCE-Chaplains@health.nsw.gov.au

The Fitness Passport program allows eligible employees and their immediate family members (partner and/or children) a greatly discounted membership to gyms, fitness facilities and aquatic centres across NSW.

Watch a short video from our Health Coach

Contact Project Officer - Family Support at AMBULANCE-FamilySupport@health.nsw.gov.au

Mon-Fri in business hours

For 24/7 psychological support for NSW Ambulance Staff and their families please call our EAPS on 1300 360 364

For Emergencies dial 000

Free and helpful resources and supports
Mental wellbeing
Domestic and Family Violence
  • Violence or abuse is never OK. Support is available NOW. If you or someone you know is impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence, call @1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732 or visit 1800respect.org.au.
  • Mens Line - for men who want to change their behavior. Call 1300 78 99 78, https://mensline.org.au/
Drugs- Alcohol, Nicotine and other drugs
Womens Health
Mens Health
Master working from home
Young people, youth, adolescents and teenagers

For information and referral options relating to general mental health, physical health, work & study and alcohol and other drug for young people and their families a great option is Headspace

Upcoming calendar of events for NSW Ambulance staff and their families

Event titleMore information
Lunch and Learn

Join us for a lunch and learn session Tuesday 2 November 1230-1pm

The format will be:

  1. BYO lunch
  2. We will stream a TEDx talk and this one will be “Do schools kill creativity” by Sir Ken Robinson
  3. Discussion about any learnings or key points

To register email  AMBULANCE-FamilySupport@health.nsw.gov.au

What next?
NSW Ambulance Family Support Network Webinar Series

What topic would you like us to cover next?

Email me with your ideas AMBULANCE-FamilySupport@health.nsw.gov.au

The guest speaker podcast series is designed for busy families who would like information in an audio format to listen to whilst travelling around or doing other things.  There is video yet unlike the webinar series you wont miss anything if you choose to just listen and not watch.

If there is a topic you would like us to create a podcast on please let us know at AMBULANCE-FamilySupport@health.nsw.gov.au

Call 02 9320 7881

Mon-Fri in business hours