Volunteer opportunities now open

We have opened up recruitment to two of our volunteer groups. The Talkin' About Your headspace Youth Ambassadors and the headspace Adelaide Family and Friends Reference Group. Please read below for more information:

Talkin’ About Your headspace Youth Ambassadors (TAYhYA) - Applications now open for 2019.

Are you a university student looking for an opportunity to help promote positive mental health and encourage early help seeking?

TAYhYA is a unique peer based program, where our volunteers attend secondary schools and sports clubs to facilitate interactive mental health workshops. Plus from January 2019 as a pilot project, the Ambassador program will be expanded to include in-house orientation sessions with new young people who are referred to headspace Adelaide for counselling. The orientation sessions are non-clinical, Ambassadors will welcome clients to the service by providing an overview of what to expect at headspace, a tour of the centre and provide helpful tips and resources to use in between appointments.

There will also be opportunity to co-facilitate in-house group workshops such as dogspace and homework club.

TAYhYA includes mentoring to volunteers, training opportunities with ongoing support such as individual and group supervision.

To find out more information and to apply, follow this link .


headspace Adelaide Family and Friends Reference Group (hAFFRG) - Applications now open for 2019.


hAFFRG is a diverse team of people who support, or have supported, young people aged between 12 and 25 years old with mental health issues. The hAFFRG attend meetings and coordinate events in addition to providing consultation and guidance to the staff of headspace Adelaide in order to maintain the centre's youth focus and ensuring the centre remains supportive of those supporting young people with mental health issues.


UPDATE: This Applications have now closed for hAFFRG