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31 Counselling & Help Line volunteer opportunities in Western Australia WA found.

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Outreach & Recovery Roles School Leavers Week

  • Location: Dunsborough WA, Rottnest Island WA
  • Category: Young People

Provide support in both outreach and recovery roles to young people attending school leavers at both Rottnest and South West Locations. Outreach consists of day and night shifts supporting the young people through engagement and other activities. Night Recovery is located at dedicated recovery zones at both locations and consists of supporting the young person who is under the influence and needs support to sober up.

Welfare Support Officer

  • Location: Geraldton WA
  • Category: Community Services

Are you an empathetic person towards those who are experiencing financial hardship and can offer a non-judgemental listening ear? St Vincent de Paul are seeking a Welfare Support Officer to assist in interviewing clients, client referrals,emergency food parcels, clothing and bill paying service. Full training and ongoing support provided on the job.

Parent Support Network Volunteer

  • Location: Mandurah WA
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

* 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.

Social Support Companion

  • Location: Bayswater WA
  • Category: Disability Services

ECHO Community Services is a not for profit Home Help organisation that provides care to people who are frail aged and people who have a disability to enable them to live in their own home with dignity while still maintaining their independence. We are seeking comanions to provide some much needed company. Reading the news to a client, chatting over a cup of tea or talking about family and friends are all enjoyable and practical ways to provide extremely valuable social support