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Found 28 volunteer opportunities with Counselling & Help Line, in Western Australia WA
Fairhaven WA provides family dispute resolution and counselling services. We are a small volunteer run charity with aspirations to grow, but limited funding and resources. We are passionate about making a difference to families that are facing difficulties with family separation. We are looking for people who understand the NFP sector, with experience and expertise in finance or accounting, business, HR or marketing to join our Committee and who can contribute to Fairhaven’s growth.
FriendLine is a free phone service for those experiencing loneliness or social isolation. FriendLine operates 8.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday and volunteers are needed to contribute 2-4 hours per month (or more if you like). Our volunteers don't need any special qualifications, just an interest in talking to a broad range of people and desire to help people feel more connected.
Living Proud seeks motivated individuals to join the QLife volunteer peer based telephone/webchat peer support information and referral service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people. We are particularly seeking volunteers who eventually would be available for weekend evening shifts although the first stages of volunteering, which includes training, observation and supervised shifts, would require a weekday evening commitment.
Living Proud seeks motivated individuals to join the QLife volunteer peer based telephone peer support, information and referral service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) people.
YOU MUST BE A PARENT OF A CHILD WHO IS OR HAS HAD DRUG OR ALCOHOL ADDICTION to volunteer for this position.
Do you have the time and personal qualities to join us at Lifeline in providing Crisis Support? Full training and support is provided for this meaningful opportunity. Commitment is regular evening and weekend shifts for a minimum of 24 months.
Help the Emergency Services Team provide psychosocial support via making calls to and receiving call from individuals and communities before, during and after major emergencies.
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions’ Wildcare Helpline receives around 13,000 calls each year from members of the public concerned about sick or injured native wildlife
Make a difference to a family, by listening and helping where needed.
As a Support Volunteer, you will help us to provide emotional support to people who are in need via phone, email or in person. Volunteers typically complete a three-hourshift on a day and time of their choosing, once a week or once a fortnight.
We are seeking a caring person who can visit a lady with dementia.
Are you a good listener? Non Judgemental? Caring and Kind? We need volunteers who have these qualities and more!
As a Support Volunteer, you will help us to provide emotional support to people who are in need via phone, email or in person.
Wildcare helpline adviser volunteers respond to telephone inquiries from members of the public who have found sick or injured wildlife. They provide advice and refer callers to a further network of specialised volunteers who rehabilitate these animals so they can be released back into the wild.
* VOLUNTEERS MUST BE PARENTS TO CHILDREN WITH ALCOHOL & DRUG ISSUES * With the lived experience of supporting your own child (teenager or adult) through the rigours of substance misuse and with the desire to support other parents going though similar challenges with their children, you will use active listening skills to support, talk through options and offer hope to parents calling the State-wide Parent and Family Drug Support Line.
Provide emotional and practical support for people affected by disasters.
HOPE’s Street Vans travel to areas in Perth areas where young people congregate on weekends and after school. Street Vans provide a healthy, safe environment where young people are welcome to engage – there are games, crafts, music, fun, and cool drinks in the summer, and blankets and beanies in the winter. Staff and volunteers at Street Vans provide information about misues of alcohol and other drugs, emphasising ways to minimise harm, including safer using, reducing use,
Has your child/children (of any age) been involved with drugs and/or alcohol? Have you been through hell and back not knowing where to get information and support? Have you had to deal with the loneliness, isolation, stigma and shame; the constant worry of not knowing where they are or if they're safe; the financial burden of paying for treatment or paying off dealers?
Listening to callers who phone the telephone crisis line and speaking with people face-to-face to offer support/empathy (not advice). Training given.
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