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Free grief resources

Grief and loss information to download, print and share.

Griefline is committed to providing free grief support and information to all Australians and therefore we are building a digital library of fact sheets and resources covering different topics that are easy to understand and can benefit a wide range of people in the community. 

Translated resources

The 2016 Census (Australian Bureau of Statistics) revealed that 21% of Australia’s population speaks a second language at home. Many of the resources we share on this page have been developed to enable health practitioners and those working with culturally and linguistically diverse communities to easily find translated grief and loss information. Refer below to find downloadable fact sheets that have been translated into different languages. 

Coping with grief

Losing a loved one can leave you feeling bereft of ways to cope. This fact sheet offers strategies for supporting yourself through your experience with grief.

My friend is grieving

Caring for someone who is grieving

When someone you care about is experiencing grief, it can be difficult to know how to support them. This fact sheet offers tips for supporting a friend, colleague or loved one experiencing loss.

Natural disasters and grief

Natural disasters are becoming more common in Australia due to the effects of climate change. This fact sheet provides information for coping with grief after a natural disaster.

Loss of a pet

Losing a pet

Losing a pet can be just as painful as losing a friend or family member. This fact sheet shares information about how to cope and support yourself through your grief.

Loneliness and grief

A sense of belonging and connectedness is an integral part of a healthy life. This fact sheet provides information about loneliness in Australia, how it is often experienced in conjunction with grief, and coping tips when experiencing loneliness.

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