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SANE is doing its part to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread in the community, with most staff working remotely at present. This means there are currently minimal staff in the office. We remain, however, fully operational and will get back to you as soon as possible if you have difficulty getting in touch.

If you’re unable to reach the office on the number below, you’re welcome to leave a voicemail or email info@sane.org and your message will be forwarded to the most relevant person.

The SANE Help Centre continues to be fully operational. The Helpline is available on 1800 187 263, Monday-Friday 10am-10pm. Click here to learn about the other ways you can connect with the Help Centre.

Address:
PO Box 226
South Melbourne
Victoria 3205
Australia
Helpline:
1800 187 263
General enquiries:
+61 3 9682 5933
Fax:
+61 3 9682 5944
Media:
Visit the SANE Media Centre

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Send questions or feedback using the form below. All complaints and praise will be handled according to the SANE Australia Feedback Policy.

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Last updated: 8 October 2020

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