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280 Counselling & Help Line volunteer opportunities in Australia found

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Community Information Centre (CIC) Referral and Support Volunteers

  • Location: Richmond VIC
  • Category: Migrant Services

Community Information Centre (CIC) Referral and Support Volunteers support disadvantaged people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds with a variety of needs including education, employment, health, well-being, citizenship and legal issues. Referral and Support volunteers assist community members to access appropriate professional services to meet these needs.

Peer Educator

  • Location: Across: Townsville QLD, Toowoomba City QLD
  • Category: Education & Training

Are you interested in helping others who are living in retirement villages or residential parks, or who are thinking of moving in, to understand the legislation and their rights and responsibilities? This volunteer role will deliver facilitated education and discussion sessions for older Queenslanders in Townsville and surrounds to give them the information and tools they need to make decisions about living in a retirement village or manufactured home park, understand and seek advice.

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.

Volunteer Telephone Support Worker (Perinatal Anxiety and Depression)

  • Location: Fitzroy North VIC
  • Category: Health

Volunteer Telephone Support Workers are sought to work on a National Helpline that provides support, information, counselling and referral to people experiencing perinatal anxiety and depression. Volunteers must be parents or grandparents and have had a lived experience of perinatal anxiety and/or depression (self or carer) and must live in Victoria.