Volunteers help us to provide quality health services and education for the people who need them. Volunteers make a difference!
Volunteers work with our staff to provide a range of community based health services. We want to build a healthier community, and our volunteers are with us every step of the way.
Because helping others helps you! When you volunteer, you know you are making a difference in someone’s life. It is a great way to make new connections, learn new skills and support the community you live in.
We want to make volunteering a positive experience for everyone and will take the time to match you with a role that suits your interests and skills, and offer support and training to help you grow.
Studies have suggested many benefits for those who donate their time to helping others. Volunteering could be a great decision for your own health and wellbeing!
Becoming a volunteer is a simple process. Come in for a chat with one of our Volunteer Coordinators and tell us about yourself and your interests and skills. We’ll then match you with a role that is the best fit for you.
We ask that you commit for at least one year, as we have found that this gives our volunteers the best chance to learn skills, become confident in their role and support the program.
The amount of time you give will depend on your availability and the type of volunteering role you’re interested in.
We ask our volunteers to provide two referees and undertake a National Criminal Police Check and a Working with Children Check. Depending on the volunteer role you participate in, other screening requirements may apply.
We understand you may be unsure of your role, and we will give you all the support you need to make your time with us enjoyable and rewarding.
You will be provided with a welcome induction, ongoing support, and opportunities for further education and training.
Our volunteers help us to run health services and provide information and access for people in the community. As a volunteer, you could:
For more information call 9575 5333.
Monday to Friday: 8am – 5pm
Saturday: 8am – 1pm
For deaf, hearing or speech impaired assistance contact us through the National Relay Service. TTY: 133 677 then ask for 9575 5333.
Speak and Listen: 1300 555 727 then ask for 9575 5333.
Internet Relay: Connect to the National Relay Service then enter 9575 5333.
For the translating and interpreting service, please call 131 450.
2A Gardeners Rd Bentleigh East
Unit 17, 347 Bay Road Cheltenham
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