We are seeking a reliable volunteer, who has an eye for detail to join our Needle Syringe Program. In this role you will be assisting with packing and storing appropriate injecting equipment, maintaining needle syringe stock levels and other resources as well as participating in needle/syringe retrievals and discarded equipment. Role to be undertaken during a weekday business hours (flexible), for a shift of 3 hours (minimum). This role does NOT involve Client/Community contact.
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Logan House Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program needs volunteer drivers to support our clients in accessing appointments in the community.If you have any experience in the addiction or mental health sectors, or perhaps undertaking studies, this may suit.
* 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.
Students or volunteers will be working as part of the Community and Family Support Service (CAFSS), which provides counselling support for persons that are currently experiencing difficulties due to their own or a loved one's alcohol or drug use.
A Grant Writer is required to play a critical role in this organisation's advancement by identifying and writing grants for sources of potential funding. You will be working independently or as a team member. Times of work to be negotiated with the coordinator. An understanding of the organisation and their work in the community would be beneficial to your role. Ideally you will be a self starter with experience as no training is provided for this role.
A Gold Coast not-for-profit organisation requires a volunteer 'Forum Coordinator' to support the Events Coordinator in raising awareness of the dangers of the drug 'ice' through community forums. Previous experience in forum coordination and proficient computer skills would be highly regarded.
AAIC are in need of an experienced Administration person to assist our Volunteers Coordinator. Duties include submitting Police Checks and Blue Card applications, maintaining Volunteer files and following up volunteers for events. Must be able to commit to 2 days a week minimum.
Socially minded people to attend a venue or event where alcohol is involved. Hours vary
Mirikai Residential Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program needs volunteer drivers to support our clients in accessing appointments in the community. If you have any experience in the addiction or mental health sectors, or perhaps undertaking studies, this may suit.
North East Country Victoria Recovery program requires single male for men’s addiction recovery program
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