ReconciliationHelp Lifeline save lives
We are seeking to improve our service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, create a solid foundation for continuing our work with local communities, and develop culturally responsive and effective programs. To achieve this we recognise the need to strengthen the cultural competence of our organisation, and to develop meaningful and productive relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and organisations.
What we expect from you
Have an interest in supporting First Nation people and communities to aim to reduce poor mental health outcomes and suicidality
Commitment to working constructively with Lifeline South Coast
Availability and willingness to attend meetings of the Working Group ( 6×2 hour meetings per year)
What you can expect from us
Commitment throughout the organisation to implement meaningful actions to support reconciliation
Support in your development as a member of the Working Group
Recognition of your role as a volunteer with Lifeline South Coast
An inclusive and committed environment that values equality and working together
Interested in joining the Working Group?
To express your interest in joining the Working Group please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 September 2020 with
And a brief response to the three questions below:
1. Why are you interested in joining the Working Group?
2. What would you bring to the Working Group?
3. What do you hope to get from the Working Group?
History & Structure
Established in Wollongong in March 1969, followed by the Nowra branch in 1981, Lifeline is non-denominational, and Volunteer Telephone Crisis Supporters come from a wide range of backgrounds.
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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