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219 Counselling & Help Line volunteer opportunities in Australia found.

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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.

Team Member- Emergency Relief

  • Location: Bendigo VIC
  • Category: Community Services

Emergency Relief Team Members assist with client support and interviews or in the storeroom with the packing and distribution of food. Interviewers meet with clients to determine support needs and eligibility. Other duties may include reception, entry of client data, general operations of the program and maintaining the work environment.

TeleCHAT Caller Volunteer

  • Location: Queensland QLD
  • Category: Community Services

We are looking for a responsible and caring pool of Volunteers to make friendly telephone calls to Australian Red Cross participants who are experiencing social isolation and are in need of some friendship and community connection. Volunteers will be matched with a participant and chat on a regular basis. Telechat calls are made between Mondays and Fridays and are made from a Red Cross site.

Emergency Relief Manager - Noarlunga Centre

  • Location: Noarlunga Centre SA
  • Category: Community Services

Would you like to assist the disadvantaged in your local community? A volunteer Manager’s position in the Emergency Relief Program is available at the Noarlunga Church of Christ. You will be required to coordinate the program and work with a volunteer team in the Noarlunga area. Emergency Relief is a free service designed to help people in need with the basic necessities of life.

Central Intake Worker

  • Location: Southport QLD
  • Category: Health

This volunteering role of the Central Intake Program is to provide a triaging service for clients who wish to engage with the organisation. You will be trained to conduct an eligibility screening process which assesses the clients functionality and determines which program /s would be best suited to their needs. All assessments are made via telephone, a clear speaking and friendly telephone manner, ability to do data entry at time of call is essential to this role.

Family Drug Helpline Volunteers

  • Location: Carnegie VIC
  • Category: Drug & Alcohol Services

Volunteers are required for the Family Drug Helpline, a peer support telephone service for families seeking assistance around drug abuse. To volunteer you need to have personal experience of a family members alcohol or other drugs misuse. Your contribution as a telephone volunteer will make a difference in helping people to help themselves.