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SUPPORT RESOURCES

When a death occurs with someone who is close to us it is natural to go through a process of grieving. At Botanical Funerals we are here to help you with all of the challenges losing a loved one can cause, however in some cases seeking additional advice can greatly help – below is a list of some of resources for you to use to help with your grief.

Suicide Prevention Australia Resources

Delivering national leadership for the meaningful reduction of suicide in Australia, Suicide Prevention Australia provides a great range of resources.

LIFELINE

For anyone experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide.
Available 24/7

SUICIDE CALL BACK SERVICE

Anyone aged 15+ years who is suicidal, caring for someone who is suicidal, bereaved by suicide, or a health professional supporting a suicidal individual.

KIDS HELPLINE

Web & email counselling for young people aged 5-25 years.
Available 24/7.

MensLine Australia

Online & video counselling for men of all ages (see website for details). Access to 6 x 1 hour telephone counselling sessions also available. Available 24/7.

Australian Centre for Grief & Bereavement

Based in Melbourne Australia and has as its mission to provide, through research, education, and consultancy, support for bereaved people.

BeyondBlue

beyondblue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health.

The Compassionate Friends

Using our lived experience, we support the parents and siblings of a child who has died, at any age and from any cause.

Alzheimers Australia

The peak body providing support and advocacy for people living with dementia.

Aged Care Australia

My Aged Care, established by the Australian Government, can help you find information about aged care services and what you need to do to receive them.