Levi, our trainee Mental Health Assistance Dog, paid a visit to our latest cohort of crisis supporters during their face-to-face training in October.
Levi brings joy wherever he goes and our newest crisis supporters were no exception. Levi enjoyed the cuddles and pats and he was a great way to liven up the afternoon of a full day of training.
If you have:
Good listening skills
Empathy, compassion and commitment
A desire to make a positive difference
Time and investment for your training
A minimum of four hours per fortnight available to volunteer
Why not consider being a Lifeline crisis supporter?
You could experience many benefits, including:
Developing new skills and experience for personal and professional growth
The opportunity to help in people in crisis during their moment of need
Becoming part of a community of like-minded caring people who want to make a difference
Ability to communicate better with the people they care about
Having a national impact
Find out more about training to be a crisis supporter.