Become a DRUG ARM Volunteer
As a not-for-profit organisation, DRUG ARM relies heavily on the help and assistance of volunteers from the local community. The contribution of DRUG ARM's loyal and valued volunteers is vital to the success of our support programs and services.
Volunteer opportunities are available within all of our programs and services in several locations throughout Australia. All volunteers undergo comprehensive training specific to their program and service of interest.
DRUG ARM is looking for volunteers who are dedicated to making a difference in our community; you don’t need qualifications or experience, just a willingness to lend a helping hand.
Without the assistance of volunteers from the community, many DRUG ARM services are unable to operate to reach out to individuals and families that have been affected by the harms of alcohol and other drug use.
Become a DRUG ARM volunteer today!
Read more about what our volunteers do:
Read more about our volunteer training courses
Contact your State Office for volunteer training enrolment forms
Where volunteers are needed:
Program volunteers should:
Please note that as of January 17 2005, all program volunteers in Queensland are required by the Commission for Children & Young People to HOLD a valid Blue Card (Working with Children check) before commencing service. You can see more details at the Commission's website
Volunteers in South Australia and New South Wales will need to comply with Police Security checks. This process will be explained in the training process.