What is involved in being a volunteer for CAPS?
Our volunteer roles can vary from client support to social media, we are always looking for people that have a passion for helping others.

Do I need to have experience?
Previous experience is not always required to become a volunteer with CAPS dependent on the area you wish to support us with plus training is provided to help increase your knowledge and skills in the area of suicide prevention.

What are the time commitments?
You can volunteer from as little as one hour per week. We are looking for individuals that are able to commit to volunteering for a minimum period of 6 months.

What’s in it for me?
Benefits of Volunteering include expanding your skills and experience and increasing your employability. If you are undertaking study, volunteering can help to give you real world experience and context to your field of study. Most importantly, by volunteering your time and skills, you are helping to enable CAPS to continue working with those at risk of suicide and their families.

So what next?
Email admin@talksuicide.org.au and ask for a volunteer application form to be sent, once we have received this we will be in contact regarding how you could best support us achieve our goals!

Volunteer Application

What volunteer role(s) are you interested in participating?

Client SupportAdministrationSocial MediaEventsOther

Are you able to attend half day training?


If you have a resume you would like to include please send it through to us also at admin@talksuicide.org.au.

Alternatively feel free to download the application form and send it in via mail

Download Application Form (PDF)