WHO WE ARE
The Lifeline network leads the way in providing crisis support and suicide prevention services to Australians in need, 24/7. Our organisation is unique in the fact it has a national reach, but a local approach, with 40 centres around the country delivering services to their immediate areas, including our own.
Lifeline Northern Beaches was established over 50 years ago to serve the area stretching from Kirribilli to Palm Beach. We’re an independent organisation with a local Board, a small number of salaried staff and over 450 volunteers, who provide invaluable support.
WHAT DRIVES US
We’re here to support people going through a wide range of difficulties, from anger, anxiety and depression, to family, relationship and financial problems. Our aim is to connect these at-risk people (and their families) with the right resources to help them through.
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Loss and grief is something we all experience. How it impacts us depends on a range of things, including who or what we have lost, our personality, past history, upbringing, cultural heritage, spiritual beliefs, current circumstances and our social support networks.
Family and relationship problems can occur between partners, spouses, parents, children, siblings, friends and other important people in your life. Signs of family and relationship problems include frequent arguing, disagreements, breakdown in communication, angry outbursts, avoidance and physical conflict.
Depression is a serious illness that can affect your physical and mental health, your relationships with others and your ability to work and enjoy life. Depression is one of the most common mental health problems. One in five people experience depression at some stage in their lives.
Loneliness is a feeling of sadness or distress about being by yourself or feeling disconnected from the world around you, particularly over a long period of time.
Everyone feels lonely sometimes but there are ways to get connected and overcome loneliness and isolation.
To deliver the best possible level of community crisis support services.
An Australia free of suicide