Our Helpline OCD & Anxiety HelpLine 03 9830 0533 or 1300 ANXIETY 1300 269 438 

Helpline
ARCVic Helpline Hours 10am – 7.00pm Mon-Fri.
Phone 1300 269 438 (1300 ANXIETY)
Closed Public Holidays
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CARES4Me
Interested in further regular emotional support and assistance … a free program?
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Support Groups
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Upcoming Seminars & Training
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Upcoming workshops and seminars

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Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem affecting Australians.

We provide essential support, information, education and recovery services for people living with anxiety disorders.

Why become a member? ARCVIC provides essential support, information, education and recovery services for people living with anxiety disorders.

Anxiety and stress affect more children than you may think and can cause children to feel more worried and tense about things than other children their age.

Recovery involves gaining quality of life through meaningful roles, relationships, and participation in the community and less about cure and more about living a satisfying life.

Keep up to date with ARCVic’s news and events. View our list of upcoming events and latest news items.

ARCVic Helpline Hours 10am – 7.00pm Mon-Fri.

In order to keep our services accessible to all, we ask for donations from those who can afford it and feel they would like to contribute to supporting services.

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Upcoming Workshops

Managing Life & Anxiety Community Education

The seminar aims to increase community awareness provide information and practical support strategies for people living with anxiety.

Stories of hope

Anxiety Ambassador Project

People who have been living with an anxiety disorder sharing their journey of hope and recovery. Stories that hope to inspire and encourage people to seek inner strength and courage.