Lifeline WA Telephone Crisis Supporters
09 May 2017
Lifeline WA has more than 140 professional volunteers who generously give their time, skills and compassion to assist their community. The role of a Telephone Crisis Support volunteer requires a high level of engagement and commitment.
Lifeline WA recruits and trains Telephone Crisis Support volunteers from all walks of life. Each Telephone Crisis Support volunteer completes a minimum of 172 hours of training in their first year to ensure the very best care is available to helpseekers.
To become a volunteer Telephone Crisis Supporter for Lifeline’s 24 Hour Crisis Support Service – 13 11 14 – you’ll need to undertake extensive training, make a commitment to shifts and meet further selection criteria. This is to ensure you’ll be confident, skilled and able to provide support to Western Australia who seek our help in their time of emotional distress and crisis.
To learn more about becoming a Lifeline WA telephone crisis supporter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9261 4422.
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