Each year Lifeline Canberra recognises special women from our region as our Women of Spirit. They are women who have overcome adversity and given back to the community in an inspiring manner.
If you're interested in becoming a Telephone Crisis Supporter then come along to our information night. No experience is required just a kind heart.Date: Wednesday 11 December, 2013Time:...
- Friday 20 June 2pm - 6pm
- Saturday 21 June 9am - 4pm
- Sunday 22 June 9am - 4pm
Where?The AuditoriumVikings Erindale
6 Ricardo St, ...
Information for people in immediate crisis who need help now!
Call Lifeline's 24 hour crisis line on 13 11 14 for support or dial 000 if life is in danger.
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Help us answer more calls and provide mental health, suicide prevention and crisis support services to all Australians by making a donation today.
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By volunteering for Lifeline not only will you be making a difference to the lives of other Australians who use the Lifeline services, but you’ll also be enriching your own life.
It takes a lot of dedicated people to provide Lifeline's telephone crisis support services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, across Australia. Lifeline relies on over 11,000 Volunteers nation wide to support Lifeline's crisis support line, help raise funds, work in retail outlets, or conduct administrative duties.
Lifeline Canberra earns a major part of its funding by selling thousands of donated items at our three Bookfairs. We offer a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books for all ages, as well as magazines and pamphlets, comic books and atlases, records, CDs and DVDs, games and puzzles.
A limited selection of our rarer, more valuable or collectable items is available for purchase from our online bookstore catalogue.