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Griefline is a national not-for-profit organisation that supports anyone experiencing grief. Griefline provides a compassionate space for people to explore and express their grief without judgement.

Vision and mission

Griefline’s mission is to normalize grief by having courageous conversations and supporting communities to grow from loss.

How Griefline can help

In addition to a national toll-free helpline, Griefline offer booked grief support calls, bereavement support groups, online forums, bereavement counselling (in NSW), self-care information, grief education and resources, as well as corporate and volunteer training programs.

Information lines / Help line

  • Call 1300 845 745 Mon to Fri 8am to 8pm AEST

Programs, apps and tools

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This information was originally published on healthdirect - Griefline.

Last reviewed: September 2022

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Support groups - Griefline

Integrating psychoeducation, evidence-based interventions and the personal experiences of the group to normalise grief, navigate emotional distress, reduce

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24/7 Online forums - Griefline

Our online moderated forums are now accessible 24 hours a day for people experiencing grief and loss, isolation and loneliness and complicated grieving due to

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Mindfulness for Grief - Griefline

How do you grieve mindfully? Explore the self-compassionate approach of acceptance and non-judgement as you process your loss in the present moment with techniques such as meditation, journaling and breathing exercises.

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Delayed Grief: Waves of Grief as Lockdown Lifts - Griefline

People delay their grief in different ways and for all sorts of reasons, enforced isolation due to COVID is something many of us are processing now.

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Supporting a Grieving Friend: Having Courageous Conversations - Griefline

It takes courage to reach out to a grieving friend. We've prepared some steps to help you get started.

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Tips to Improve Your Sleep - Griefline

Having difficulty sleeping? Changes to your sleep patterns is common when experiencing grief and loss. Click here to learn how you can improve your sleep.

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Free telephone support - Griefline

Our goal is to ensure that you feel welcomed, connected and accepted through your experience of grief and loss. We suspend judgment to recognise and accept

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Tools For Rest and Relaxation - Griefline

When someone you care about is experiencing grief and loss, it can be difficult to know how to support them.

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Relationship Loss - Griefline

The end of any meaningful relationship may come as a complete shock, even if you saw it coming. There are many emotions and thoughts experienced during and following the initial break-up.

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Major Transitions in Life - Griefline

Change is unavoidable. Sometimes it is planned and other times it is unavoidable, and sometimes, with change comes discomfort and uncertainty.

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