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Women's Health Victoria |Published: 19 March 2021
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19 March 2021

The Victorian Government today announced $1.67 million in funding for 1800 My Options to enable this essential statewide women's sexual and reproductive health service to continue for a further four years.

1800 My Options evaluation summary report March 2021 cover image
Gilbert K, Boudville A, Keenan C |Published: 01 March 2021
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1 March 2021

Independent evaluation of the service demonstrates that 1800 My Options increases timely access to essential sexual and reproductive health services, reduces stigma around abortion and contraception, and services diverse communities across Victoria.

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Women's Health Victoria |Published: 11 January 2021
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11 January 2021

Women’s Health Victoria (WHV) undertook a consultation with the Victorian sexual and reproductive health sector around the impacts of the Victorian Government's Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health: Key Priorities 2017-2020, as well as priorities and challenges for future women’s sexual and reproductive health access and service provision.

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1800 My Options |Published: 04 September 2020
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4 September 2020

This compilation of sexual health articles and infographics has been put together by 1800 My Options to mark World Sexual Health Day and International Safe Abortion Day. 

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Women's Health Victoria |Published: 15 June 2020
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15 June 2020

1800 My Options - Victoria’s pro-choice, free and confidential phone line for sexual and reproductive health - today received its 10,000th call since launching in March 2018. 

Clearinghouse Connector on Long acting reversible contraceptives
Women's Health Victoria |Published: October 2015
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1 October 2015

This Clearinghouse Connector contains a selection of up-to-date freely available resources on long acting reversible contraceptives (LARC). These are methods of contraception that require administration less than once per month, and can be removed or 'reversed', and should not affect long-term fertility.

Clearinghouse Connector Reproductive coercion August 2015
Women's Health Victoria |Published: August 2015
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1 August 2015

This Clearinghouse Connector contains a selection of up-to-date resources focussing on reproductive coercion.