Incolink Counselling is currently available via face-to-face, phone or video call.
As an Incolink member you, and your family, have free access to counselling support.
Counselling Services & Critical Incident Support
Our team provides access to a range of personal counselling services
- Relationship difficulties
- Stress, anxiety and depression
- Mental health issues
- Feelings of suicide
- Grief and loss
- Alcohol & other drugs support
- Financial Rights support
Critical incidents that can affect Incolink members include;
- Injuries on site
- 'Near miss' on site
- Fatalities on site or off site
- Suicide of a fellow worker
- Suicide of a member of the general public on site
- Traffic accidents on or off site
Critical incidents often occur suddenly and therefore have a strong emotional impact on those involved.
To help minimise the impact, Incolink counsellors will come to site to provide a debriefing session with those impacted.
If an incident has occurred on your site, call Incolink counselling on 1300 000 129 for further support.Incolink Counselling: 1300 000 129
No one is so bullet proof that they can go through life without some support.
Many Incolink members have benefited from the support available:
Life isn’t always easy; but thanks to Incolink’s free counselling service, I know there’s someone I can talk to if I need help.
Rocky, Crane Driver
Incolink is committed to assisting workers who have personal issues that may affect their wellbeing. All members including regional based members can access Incolink counselling services across Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania simply by calling 1300 000 129 anytime.