These contact numbers are provided to inform staff of the types of assistance that is available, internal and external to the Department, should there be a need for immediate assistance with respect to your health or wellbeing.

If you are exposed to or witness a threat to the health and wellbeing of any staff it is essential that you immediately contact the Police or emergency services on 000.

Contacts Within Defence

Contacts Within Defence

DPG - Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Office (SEMPRO)

1800 736 776 (WEF July) or SMS 0429 600 800 or (02) 6127 3122

Employees Assistance Program (EAP)     

1300 361 008 or 1800 451138, outside Australia 0011 612 9232 7249

DPG - Defence Equity Advice Line (DEAL)

1800 803 831, outside Australia 0011 612 6127 2900

DPG - Directorate People Operations Front Of House (FOH) referral for ill/injured APS employees

1800 111 812

DPG - Directorate People Operations direct mobile (for APS employees)

0457 535 351

ADF Investigative Services (ADFIS)

1300 233 471

Army Fair Go Hotline

1800 1000 064

ADF All Hours Support Line

1800 628 036

DPG - Defence Community Organisation (DCO) – Defence Family Helpline

1800 624 608

Whistleblowers Hotline

1800 673 502

Or Speak with your manager/supervisor/commander

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