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Bereavement/Dying - Support

This category lists professional counsellors, pastoral and religious support providers, companions and support groups who can assist the dying person to stay in control over treatment and carer decisions, to deal with fear, loneliness, vulnerability and to reach acceptance, peace, emotional and spiritual easement.

Bereavement service providers also specialise in assisting the bereaved to deal with grief from the loss of a loved one and to go through a painful but a natural and healing grieving process.

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The Compassionate Friends Victoria

The Compassionate Friends Victoria

Canterbury, VIC 3126

The Compassionate Friends is a Victorian mutual support organisation supporting bereaved parents, siblings & grandparents following the death of a child at any age and from any cause. Services include Supports Groups across Victoria, 24 hour telephone support answered by bereaved parents, grief information and seminars, library, Annual Compassionate Employer Awards.
Sos Survivors Of Suicide Bereavement Association Inc

Sos Survivors Of Suicide Bereavement Association Inc

Springwood, QLD 4127

Sos Survivors Of Suicide Bereavement Association Inc offers virtual supports groups for people affected by the loss of a loved one, friend or colleague due to suicide.

HOPE Bereavement Care

A service of Barwon Paediatric Bereavement Programme Inc.

Geelong, VIC 3220

The Compassionate Friends NSW

The Compassionate Friends NSW

Sydney, NSW 2000

We offer support and friendship to family members grieving for a child. We invite you to become a member, attend support groups, make use of information we have about the grieving process and assist others with similar experiences.


Information on death-related grief

A web-based information resource for people bereaved and grieving, and their carers, friends and health providers. Information covers grief reactions in individuals, groups and cultures. GriefLink provides downloadable pamphlets in 10 languages outlining common grief experiences with information on coping and supporting others, as well as information on grief and suicide.


The Australian Organisation for Young People
Living with Cancer

(8 locations)

Newtown, NSW 2042

CanTeen supports 12-25 year-olds who have had a parent or sibling die of cancer (as well as young people dealing with their own or a close family memberís diagnosis).
Through CanTeen, you can connect with others your age who understand what dealing with grief is like and get support to cope with the impact itís having on your life. Our services are free and our staff are all highly qualified.


Miscarriage, Stillbirth and Newborn Death Support

Surrey Hills, VIC 3127

Sands provides support for parents who have experienced the death of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or newborn death.
Sands offers support Australia-wide. To talk to a parent supporter in your area, call our Support Line on 13 000 72637 or email [email protected]
Sands is a not-for-profit organisation; all group support, one-to-one support and information is free of charge.
The Compassionate Friends Queensland Inc

The Compassionate Friends Queensland Inc

Support line: 07 3254 2585

Greenslopes, QLD 4120

Self-help support organization offering bereavement support to parents, siblings and grandparents grieving the death of a child.
Compassionate Friends Queensland raises fund through charity golf days and other activities. To become a member or to make a donation, please visit our website.
The Compassionate Friends of WA

The Compassionate Friends of WA

Bereavement Support and Information Centre

Ardross, WA 6153

The Compassionate Friends is a self-help group open to bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents.

Country freecall : 1800 628 118
Bears of Hope Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support

Bears of Hope Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support

Comfort & Healing For Broken Hearts

Castle Hill, NSW 2154

Bears of Hope pregnancy and infant loss support provides leading support and exceptional care for families who experience the loss of their baby.
No parent should feel alone in their grief. Lean on us.
Finding out your baby has not survived during pregnancy, birth or infancy may be the most traumatic experience you will ever experience.

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