We need your support.
Help us train 10 more Crisis Supporters to help people through their darkest times.
Every year hundreds of South Australian families are devastated when a loved one dies by suicide. Tragically, in 2018, 212 men and women in South Australia took their own lives. Even one life lost to suicide is one too many.
Lifeline Adelaide plays a huge role in helping many people in their darkest hours and we know the service saves lives. But we can't do it without you - please can you help us?
Lifeline relies on the amazing committment of our specialist Crisis Supporters who are on the front line, taking the calls and online chats from people in crisis every day of the year. Our Crisis Supporters complete more than 170 hours of training over 12 months to be qualified for this important work, costing the service almost $3,000 per person.
Right now, we urgently need $30,000 to train 10 Crisis Supporters for our Adelaide team.
Please donate now to help save lives.
If you need support, please call 13 11 14.
Lifeline Adelaide is one of the most important services that Uniting Communities provides.
One of the busiest centres in Australia, we answer more than 34,000 calls and 12,000 online chats each year. Every phone call, every chat, is only possible thanks to donations from generous people like you.
The next person to call Lifeline on 13 11 14 could be your neighbour, a family member or your best friend; people who feel they cannot share their stories of loneliness, domestic violence or depression – and call us as their last resort.