Lifeline exists to ensure that no person in Australia has to face their darkest moments alone. Our experience has shown us that it is through connection that we can find hope. We are available 24 hours a day to listen, without judgement to any person in Australia who is feeling overwhelmed, experiencing crisis or longs to be heard.
Providing opportunities for connection through digital and face to face suicide prevention crisis support services. Our network of 40 centres includes 10,000 volunteers, including 4,500 Crisis Supporters and 1,000 employees, all dedicated to ensuring no person in Australia has to face their darkest moments alone. Our telephone, text, and online crisis support services receive over 1 million contacts a year. Our training programs build community skills and educate thousands of people to be suicide safe, while our Research Foundation creates new knowledge, as well as engaging in public education, awareness building and advocacy in relation to suicide prevention.