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We are looking for compassionate, warm and empathetic individuals with experience in counselling or supportive listening experience with grief and loss related to suicide. In this role, you will be reviewing session material for groups with co-facilitator, while also maintaining adequate records, and developing materials as needed. This position may also be used as a practicum placement depending on program requirements.

Position Description: https://edmonton.cmha.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/SGSS-Volunteer-Position-Description.pdf

For information on how to apply, visit: https://edmonton.cmha.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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Volunteering as a Distress Line Listener can be a life-changing experience. Completing your volunteer contract as a distress line listener is a great way to enhance your resume and earn a great reference letter. If you work, or are thinking about working, in a helping field (social work, counselling, nursing, etc.), becoming a distress line listener give you lots of experience and help to grow your skills. Without highly-skilled, caring volunteers, the distress line would cease to exist and more than 1.300 calls for help would go unanswered each month.

Become a Distress Line Volunteer Listener!

For information on how to apply, visit:
https://edmonton.cmha.ca/get-involved/volunteer/


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The Canadian Mental Health Association Edmonton (CMHA Edmonton) is a provincial charitable non-profit with the mission of building healthy and resilient communities by providing mental health services, education and crisis intervention. A mental health crisis, suicide and poor mental health can be overwhelming for individuals and their loved ones: we offer hope and a path forward.

CMHA Edmonton services and programs:
• 24/7 crisis line, 211 line and online chat provide immediate support
• Housing for people living with mental illness and/or low income builds independence
• Advocacy, peer supports and family members’ programs help people live in recovery
• Education on grief, mental health, mental illness, recovery and suicide increases awareness and reduces stigma

We are there for anyone who is in crisis or affected by mental health issues or mental illness: to get connected to help.


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Phone

InfoLink Help:
780-492-4212


ONEcard Help:
780-492-7924

Fax

780-492-4643

Email
infolink@su.ualberta.ca

Hours

Spring/Summer
(Effective May 1, 2019)


InfoLink Desk at Student Life Central (Lower Level SUB)
SUB InfoLink Desk (main floor)
Monday to Friday
9:30 am - 4:30 pm


InfoLink ONEcard Service Centre (9104 HUB)
Monday to Friday
8:30am to 4:30pm


CAB & SUB InfoLink Desk(s)
Monday to Friday
CLOSED FOR THE SPRING/SUMMER


InfoLink Desk at Student Connect/Admin Building
Monday & Tuesday
8:15am to 4:15pm
Wednesday
10:00am to 4:15pm
Thursday & Friday
8:15am to 4:15pm


InfoLink Desk at International Services Centre
Monday to Friday
8:00am - 4:00PM


Please note that CAB and SUB are subject to closure if our student staff are sick! If one location is temporarily closed, please visit us at any other location and we'll be happy to help!


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Address

InfoLink Main Office
0-81
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW
Edmonton, AB
T6G 2J7