History & Structure

We were established in Wollongong in March 1969 and the Nowra branch was opened in 1981.

Our History

We were established in Wollongong in March 1969 and the Nowra branch was opened in 1981. The service is non-denominational and Volunteer Telephone Crisis Supporters come from a wide range of backgrounds.

You can call 13 11 14 and speak to a trained and caring Telephone Crisis Supporter about any issue, no matter how big or small:

  • relationships
  • loneliness
  • life decisions
  • grief
  • addiction
  • abuse
  • stress
  • depression
  • suicide

Telephone Crisis Supporters help you talk about your concerns and assist you to find ways to solve them.

View a brochure on Lifeline South Coast here.

Our Service Areas

The Lifeline South Coast call service area covers the coastal region from Helensburgh to the Victorian border. Our Vision is an Australia free of suicide. Lifeline South Coast was established in Wollongong in March 1969. The service is non-denominational and Volunteer Crisis Supporters come from a wide range of backgrounds.

View a brochure on Lifeline South Coast here.

Careers

For volunteering positions, please visit the volunteer page.

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Governance

Please find inside links to Lifeline South Coast annual reports and other organisational information. For more information, please call the administration office on 02 4228 1311.

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Contact

For 24-hour telephone crisis support, call Lifeline on 13 11 14. If life is in danger, call 000. For general enquiries, phone (02) 4228 1311.

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Bequest

A bequest to Lifeline South Coast will help our local community to receive support and care into the future. 

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For 24-hour telephone crisis support, call Lifeline on 13 11 14

If life is in danger, call 000