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Hello and welcome to this forum for people who have caused an accidental death or injury. In response to the Marie-Claire article (June 2021), Griefline has opened this dedicated peer-to-peer space for CADIs to find the support and understanding you deserve.
Griefline advocates for a cultural and societal shift towards the acceptance and removal of shame and stigma for those who have caused a death unintentionally. The first step is galvanising a supportive community here in Australia. So, feel free to tell your story, express the hardships you are facing and if possible, ways you have managed to move forward. Sharing your experience can be therapeutic for you while helping other CADIs feel less isolated…because no one should go through this alone.
We’d also like to refer you to these established organisations who are doing amazing work in the CADI space;
Accidental Impacts – a site for information, support, and healing for those coping with causing a serious accident
Accidental Casualties – a Support Group for those involved in an accident that resulted in a fatality or serious injury.
The Georgina Josephine Foundation – which provides a support network for families affected by low-speed vehicle runover accidents and works to prevent and reduce unintentional injury or death of children and adults in such accidents through awareness and practical measures.
From all of us at Griefline – we are here for you. 🌈
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