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Bereavement Support

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Grief can be overwhelming, often confusing. In the early weeks and months following your loss, the important thing to remember and never underplay: your grief is unique to you.

Dealing with loss can be extreme and confounding. 

There are helpful resources available.

However, sometimes professional services is required.

Anything mentionable is manageable.

Please do not be afraid to ask for help.

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Hope Bereavement Support

 Geelong organisation offering free counselling when grieving the death of a child and care and  support dealing with a suicide 

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Mensline Australia

Telephone and online service offering support for men,

and their families.

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The Salvation Army

International Christian organisation providing support where

needed most 

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Lifeline

National charity providing contact with someone who cares when you need it most

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Red Nose

Dedicated to preventing inexplicable deaths of babies and children during pregnancy, birth, infancy and childhood.

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Kids Help Line

24/7 free telephone and online support services for young

people aged 5-25 

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The Compassionate Friends

Victorian-based organisations Supporting Families after the

death of a child

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Meli

Offering a wide range of support services to help strengthen communities

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Griefline 1300 845 745

Free phone support, 7 days a week providing time to be heard; offering hope and healing after loss.

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