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An older male and female Lifeline tasmania Chats participnts standing together on a windy but sunny day have a chat. They are stading in front of our Chats bus, and each are holding a drink in take-away coffee cups.

The Chats program offers a variety of social activities each month that enable participants to meet new people, get out of the house, share experiences and develop friendships.

A female Crisis Support volunteer at her desk, on a call for A Tasmanian Lifeline on her headset. Lifeline Tasmania.
A Tasmanian Lifeline

A Tasmanian Lifeline provides free telephone support for anyone going through a tough time. Call us from 8 am–8 pm every day of the year. Or book a time for us to call you back. 

A woman comforts a man with an arm around his shoulders as they sit and look out into the sunrise.
Suicide Bereavement Groups

Lifeline Tasmania, in partnership with Albie House, hosts monthly (excluding January) support groups for those who have been bereaved by suicide.

A Lifeline Tasmania trainer sits at a desk in a workshop room at the Bellerive Tasmanian Lifeline office, hosting a workshop class. He is looking to the participants of the workshop and thoughtfully listening as one of them asks a question.
Workplace and Community Training

Lifeline Tasmania offers workplace and community training throughout Tasmania in areas such as mental health first aid, suicide prevention and domestic and family violence awareness training.

Louisa and Marilyn, a Lifeline Tasmania ACVVS participant and volunteer sharing cups of tea and homemade scones in Marilyn's beauiful country styled home.

The Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme offers friendship and companionship to older people who are lonely or socially isolated in a residential aged care setting or have a current Home Care Package.

Lifeline Tasmania StandBy participants comforting each other.

StandBy is an Australian Government initiative, established in 2002 to meet the need for a coordinated community response to suicide. StandBy is Australia’s leading postvention program dedicated to the assisting people and communities impacted by suicide.

A Lifeline Tasmania Crisis Support volunteer on the phone to someone who has called 13 11 14.
Crisis Support

13 11 14 is Australia's largest crisis support line. Lifeline Tasmania have been supporting people in crisis since 1973 and are one of 40 Lifeline Centres nationally. Together, we support callers throughout the country.

A Lifeline Tasmania retail volunteer working in one of the Lifeline Tasmania Op Shops.
Op Shops

Lifeline Tasmania has op-shops across Tasmania with all profits going towards Lifeline's suicide prevention and mental health programs.

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