There is always a phone that needs answering, queries that need to be dealt with and a million other jobs! As a volunteer you will work in a supportive and friendly environment and have the opportunity to develop your skills.
If so, you could join our apt awards accredited training and volunteer on our Helpline.
Women in distress, including women suffering domestic abuse use the Helpline and volunteers provide a confidential, non-judgemental listening service.
As a Volunteer you would work for one shift a week and attend monthly supervision.
If so, you could be a Befriender.
Most women who receive befriending are isolated and need help to improve the quality of their lives by establishing new interests, broadening social networks or starting new hobbies.
Befrienders work for up to three hours each week for a year and attend monthly supervision.
If you are interested in any of these volunteering opportunities, contact us for an application pack.
Tel: 0345 4582914 or 0117 9166461
Experience of working in the mental health field
Social events and new friendships
We welcome applications from women of all cultures, ages and backgrounds and from women who have direct experience of mental health issues.
Our premises are wheelchair accessible.