Lifeline Project is a national drug and alcohol service. Lifeline Journey is a support service for young people and their families, under the age of 18 in Nottingham City that will offer support to reduce the impact of substance misuse, support recovery and to challenge inequalities linked to drug and alcohol use.

A&E Advocate - Lifeline are looking for volunteers to maintain a presence in the Accident and Emergency Department at Queens Medical Centre in order to offer support to those who are impacted by their own, or somebody else's substance use. Tasks would include handing out leaflets and information to family members and carers and referring them to appropriate Lifeline Services. 

Due to the nature and sensitivity of this role, Lifeline can only accept 3rd year and above medical and nursing students, or equivalent.

Lifeline would like volunteers to commit to a minimum of 3 hours per week to the role of A&E advocate. 

- Click the 'Register your Interest' button below, and fill out the form. 

- Mary from the Student Volunteer Centre will send you a full role description, and give you Charlotte (from Lifeline's) e-mail address.

- Contact Charlotte, and she will send you an application form. 

- Should your application be successful, you'll be invited in for a short interview. 

- Full training will be given prior to starting. 

 

 

 

Contact Details


Student Volunteer Centre (SVC)

UoN Students' Union

C Floor, Portland Building

University Park,

Nottingham, NG7 2RD


Telephone

0115 846 8750


Email

volunteering@nottingham.ac.uk


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