13 11 14

Find Help

Information for people in immediate crisis who need help now!

Call Lifeline's 24 hour crisis line on 13 11 14 for support.

If life is in danger call 000.

Make a donation

Help us answer more calls and provide suicide prevention and crisis support services to all Australians by making a donation today.



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 Canberra relies on support from the community to answer the crisis support line, raise funds and run the iconic Bookfair events.


Online Bookstore

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.





Lifeline Canberra is proud to partner with the following providers of professional well-being services.

jennifer-sexton-137Your Journey Meditation - Jennifer Sexton

Jennifer Sexton first trained and worked as a registered nurse, specialising in paediatric critical care in Melbourne, Australia. In 1989, she moved to journalism, and has spent the years since working as a journalist, broadcaster and producer in radio, television and multi media, mainly working for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Jennifer has been researching and practising meditation since 1990. She spent over a decade studying language-based mind sets with Emotional Literacy expert Rosa Ana Bucknell. Jennifer has completed the Certificate IV in Workplace and Training Assessment.

Corporate and Community Training

Lifeline Canberra is experienced at and offers delivery of a wide range of training courses to the community and corporate sector. At Lifeline we run training for organisations (Community Sector as well as Government Departments) on a range of topics.

Some such sessions available include Accidental Counsellor, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) and also Mental Health First Aid. We also run other programs relating to Dealing with People in Difficult Situations, Building Quality Client Relationships, Emergency Readiness - Personal Support after Disaster and other such similar topics. Lifeline Canberra has expertise in delivering training in two areas; Volunteer Training and Community or Corporate Training.