Crisis Support Volunteering
By volunteering your time and skills you can help people in crisis and save lives.
It takes a lot of dedicated people to provide our 13 11 14 crisis support service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Volunteers have enabled Lifeline to provide essential crisis support services to the Western Australian community for 30 years.
Lifeline WA is now accepting applications for our upcoming Crisis Supporter Training Courses in September (full-time course) and October (2x part-time courses). A Lifeline Training Course is the first step on the Crisis Supporter Worker Training Pathway. Over the course of 12 months, you will be supported through your initial training, your student placement and internship to become a fully accredited Lifeline Crisis Supporter.
Applications for our full-time training course close on Sunday 21st August 2022, while applications for our part-time training courses close on Thursday 25th August 2022.
Personal and professional growth
Potential career opportunities
Giving back to your community - the sense of achievement and pride that comes with that
Learning new skills and experiencing new things
Meeting new people and making new friends
Belonging to the Lifeline community
Training and development opportunities
Volunteering locally in your community, but have an impact both locally and nationally
Knowing that by volunteering you really are making a difference.
By volunteering for Lifeline WA not only will you be making a difference in the lives of other Western Australians who use our services, but you’ll also be enriching your own life.
Hear from some of our volunteers as they share their Lifeline journey and what they value most about the role they fulfil.