In Victoria last year we had 243 people die on our roads and around 6,000 seriously injured

Road Trauma Support Services Victoria (RTSSV) is a not-for-profit organisation contributing to the safety and wellbeing of Victorian road users. We provide counselling and support to people affected by road trauma, and address attitudes and behaviours of road users through education.

RTSSV will be closed from 12pm 24 December 2014 and reopen at 9am 2 January 2015. 
For crisis support during our closure, please contact:
GriefLine
03 9935 7400

Sids and Kids
1300 308 307

The Compassionate Friends (24 hours)
1800 641 091

LifeLine
13 11 14

Alternatively, you are welcome to leave a message on 1300 367 797 or email reception@rtssv.org.au and we will respond when our office re-opens in 2015.

Counselling

Counselling

Road Trauma Support Services offers free face-to-face or telephone counselling to any person affected by a road incident

Education

Education

A major part of reducing the impact of road trauma is stopping it from happening in the first place - addressing attitudes and behaviours through education

The Forever Tree

Art Therapy

The vision for the art therapy group was to bring together a group of people who have suffered road trauma and allow for creative self-expression

Shine A Light on Road Safety

Shine a Light on Road Safety

A campaign for Victorians to get together and show their personal commitment to reducing the road toll and ‘Shine a Light on Road Safety’

Time for Remembering

Time for Remembering

A state-wide ceremony, which gives attendees the opportunity to commemorate the lives of loved ones lost on our roads, celebrate their lives and give thanks for those who survived

Personal Stories

Personal stories provide a first-hand look at road trauma and its ripple affect on the community