Book a grief support call with an interpreter
Telephone support is still available if you do not speak English.
Griefline has access to a free automated telephone interpreting service provided by TIS National.
How to book a grief support call with an interpreter
- Click Book a grief support call – interpreter
- Select the preferred day and time on the calendar and click ‘confirm’
- Insert the contact details, the reason for your call, state and the language of the interpreter
- To confirm the booking, select schedule event
How does it work?
The booked grief support call is scheduled for 40 minutes. The interpreter will stay on the phone with you for the duration of the call.
I have trouble speaking and/or hearing
If you are deaf and/or find it hard hearing or speaking with people who use a telephone, the National Relay Service (NRS) can help you.
The NRS is a telephone and internet solution for people who have a hearing and/or sight impairment.
It is an Australian Government initiative, and you must be registered to use the service. For more information visit NRS Information.
You can utilise the services provided by the NRS to access the Griefline’s free telephone support services.
To learn more about the NRS service features visit NRS Service Features
If you are experiencing crisis, or are worried about yourself or someone else, please contact Lifeline by phoning
13 11 14 or by texting 0477 13 11 14
Kids Helpline is available 24/7 to support young people aged between five and 25, call 1800 551 800