Vikings Group on Wednesday launched a brand new assist room – an area that “supplies entry
to confidential Lifeline assist and counselling for individuals coping with a spread of wellbeing points”.
The room – on the Erindale Vikings – might be a quiet house the place customers can entry Lifeline assist, in addition to Lifeline assist packs and a fridge with chilly non-alcoholic drinks.
Vikings Group CEO Anthony Hill mentioned the room was a chance for the group to offer wider assist to its members, guaranteeing individuals can get assist from educated professionals in a secure and personal house.
“It is vital for us to assist our members in a sensible approach in all that we do, and we perceive our function is ongoing in serving to individuals handle wellbeing points,” he mentioned.
Lifeline Canberra CEO Carrie Leeson congratulated the Vikings for offering the ability.
“This initiative supplies a secure house for people to have interaction assist. It’s acknowledgement that members of our neighborhood face crises and the Vikings Group is dedicated to eradicating boundaries to care and assist,” she mentioned.
“This room will present a quiet and nameless house for people to hunt assist when struggling, be it with psychological sickness, home violence or security.”