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Become a Remote Online Services Volunteer!

When you become a remote Online Services Crisis Line volunteer for Distress Centre, you get to make a difference in the lives of others, from the comfort of your home!

Online Services volunteers provide remote crisis support through online chat and email to anyone who contacts Distress Centre seeking help. Not everyone is comfortable talking on the phone and Distress Centre’s online services are critical to removing the barriers that prevent someone from seeking help.

You’ll use skills acquired in classroom theory, practical and ongoing training, and through continuous feedback to provide service users support, crisis intervention, and appropriate information and referrals to programs within Distress Centre and the community.

Benefits to volunteering remotely

Make a difference from the comfort of home

No commute – volunteer from anywhere in Canada!

More flexibility to balance other commitments

Opportunity to connect with other volunteers

Gain front-line skills and experience for social work, psychology and social services

Opportunities to be mentored and be a mentor

Develop communication and social skills

Receive reference letter at the end of your volunteer commitment

Are you ready to gain skills and experience while making a tangible difference in the lives of others – all from the comfort of your home?

Do you prefer to volunteer on-site? Apply to be a Crisis Line Volunteer instead!

Hear from our volunteers

Hear why they continue to volunteer at Distress Centre and the impact it has had on their lives.

Are you ready to become a remote Online Services volunteer? Apply now!

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