Time for Remembering

We are hosting our 22nd annual Time for Remembering ceremony at 12pm on Sunday 20 November 2022. To remember those who have died, acknowledge those who have been injured and recognise the impact of road trauma on our community. CEREMONYQueen’s Hall, Parliament House,...

Professor Louise Harms Honorary Life Membership

In 1994, Lou first connected with the Road Trauma Support Team, as Amber Community was known, as a founding committee member and befriender trainer. With a background in Social Work, Lou worked with the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) Rehabilitation Centre when...

Tim Nolan Honorary Life Membership

Tim has shared his story with Amber Community since 2001 when he volunteered for the Prison Fellowship and developed a program called ‘Lives In Transition’ where he worked in Barwon and Port Phillip prisons as well as visiting prisoners at St Augustine’s prison ward...

We have moved to Mitcham

After 18 years at our Blackburn office, we decided it was time to move. The decision was primarily based on the fact that our counsellors did not have the space to all be in the office at one time, and, post-COVID, we have adopted a hybrid approach with head office...

RTSSV is now Amber Community

Road Trauma Support Services Victoria (RTSSV) is proud to unveil our new name and brand – introducing Amber Community, a road incident support and education service. When RTSSV was first established in 1994, we were a small support network where people impacted by...