Sexual and Reproductive Health

Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

Unintended pregnancy support: 1800 My Options

1800 My Options (1800 696 784) provides sexual and reproductive health information to Victorian women, including where they can access contraception services, abortion and other related services.
1800 My Options does not provide medical, clinical, counselling or financial services. 
You can refer women to 1800 My Options and it can also be useful for health care providers trying to find services for patients in their community. 

CASA: Victorian Centres Against Sexual Assault

The Sexual Assault Crisis Line Victoria (SACL) is a state-wide, after-hours, confidential, telephone crisis counselling service for people who have experienced both past and recent sexual assault.

Ph: 1800 806 292 (24 hours) | Website:

Metropolitan Melbourne:

Family Planning Victoria- Reproductive Sexual Health Clinics

A sexual health centre for young people that provides services by doctors, nurses and counsellors. Some costs may apply. 

Box Hill (all ages) Clinic hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Ph: 03 9257 0100

Action Centre – Melbourne CBD (Under 25’s) Clinic hours: Mon-Fri 8am- 6pm, Ph: 03 9660 4700  

Freecall 1800 013 952 | Email: | Website:

Melbourne Sexual Health Centre

For information, advice, testing or treatment for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of Sexually Transmissible Infections (STIs).

Address: 580 Swanston Street, Carlton | Ph: 9341 6200 or Free call (from outside Melbourne metropolitan areas) 1800 032 017 | Website:

Navigating Rural Sexual and Reproductive Health:

CERSH (Centre of Excellence in Rural Sexual Health)

is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services Victoria through a service agreement with The University of Melbourne, to work across the Hume and Loddon Mallee regions.

The vision of the Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health (CERSH) is that all rural Victorians have access to quality sexual health care, information and support that is tailored to their individual needs.

The purpose of the Centre is to design, implement and evaluate programs that provide practical solutions for the improvement of sexual health in both the Hume and Loddon Mallee regions.

In achieving this, the work program of the Centre and the evaluation of our activities, is based on the following priority areas:

  • Rural Workforce
  • Leadership, research, evaluation and knowledge sharing
  • Affordable reproductive health