PUBLICATIONS

Publications to download or order

Road Trauma Support Services Victoria provides brochures for people impacted by road trauma and flyers on our different education programs. These can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking on the relevant link. Hard copies may be ordered by calling us on 1300 367 797.

    Our Community

    Our Community – a brochure about our unique services and events.

    Also available in the following languages:

    After the Crash – a small business sized brochure that is handed out at the scene of a road collision.

    Working together with Victoria Police – working to support people impacted by road trauma together with Victoria Police.

      Education Programs

      We are committed to educating the community and raising public awareness about road trauma and how it affects people’s lives.

      Road Trauma Awareness Seminar program

      Road Trauma Awareness Seminar online booking form

      Education sessions for businesses and community groups

      Education sessions for community groups

        Guides for dealing with road trauma

        Grief following road trauma – Advice for those who have lost a loved one due to a road collision.

        Also available in the following languages:

        First on the scene and witnesses of road trauma – Advice for those who witnessed or were first on the scene of a serious or fatal collision.

        Also available in the following languages:

        How can I help my child? – A guide for parents of children involved in, or affected by, road trauma.

        Friends and family can help – A guide for the friends and family of somebody who has lost a loved one due to a road collision.

        Coping with road trauma – Advice for coping with road trauma.

        Common reactions to road trauma – After a trauma, people may go through a range of foreign feelings and emotions.

          Strategic Plan

          Strategic Plan 2017-2019

            History

            In 2015 RTSSV celebrated its 21st birthday and produced a booklet called 21 years.

            Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National)  131 450
            A 24/7 phone interpreting service available to help you.

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              News and Events

              Volunteer speaker, Kajol Eagle, wins the Warrnambool youth achievement award

              Shared loss breaks through global boundaries

              National Volunteers Week 18 – 24 May 2020

              Our community shining a light on road safety

              Have you witnessed or assisted at the scene of a serious road incident?