The Samaritans provide 24/7 confidential and emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair.The service is mostly delivered on the telephone but also callers are seen face to face or contact by email.
To raise awareness of RNLI and to communicate sea safety message to young people through lifeboat STATIONS.
Updating forms,filing and drafting documents.Conducting volunteer inductions,reference checks etc.Collating data for drop-in sessions and for evidence impact.
To access the client’s issues using listening and questioning skills across the different mediums of telephone,web chat and email.Signpost and give information to to clients appropriately to suit their needs,taking into account the client’s ability to take the next steps themselves.Identify,interpret and communicate relevant information .Assist with campaigning work by identifying where things have gone wrong and how we can help to challenge and change this.
Befrienders are needed to be part of our Super Trouper Scheme.Anytime you can spare will make a difference to people who feel isolated and lonely in the Brighton and Worthing area
To help in the running of our Charity shop in order to raise money to help those less fortunate than ourselves in our community.
To help provide an efficient and effective triage service to members of the public.Assess clients problem using sensitive listening and questioning skills and agree level of service.Refer clients appropriately.
Samaritans provide 24/7 confidential and emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress and despair. The service is mostly delivered on the telephone, but also callers are seen face to face in the branch and people also contact by email and text.
By volunteering to be a samaritian, you can help make a real difference to others and yourself – if you’ve ever felt the need to give something back then now is your chance to help us create a stronger, less isolated society.
Being a volunteer is flexible and planned to fit around your other commitments. You can volunteer to help support people who contact the Samaratians, or be a non- listening volunteer who helps with other roles such as publicity, admin and many other ways. They also have a shop located in The Strand, Durrington who are looking to expand their team.
To meet and communicate regularly with allocated Young Adult Carer( YAC) via text, phone , email 1-2-1 meetings and support groups. Alongside CSWS staff, support YAC to identify barriers in aching aspirational goals., such as employment, education.
To co-ordinate community outreach and engagement initiatives.To build relationships with individuals ,community groups and other organisations in support of our work.
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