13 92 76
13 YARN is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Crisis Centre run by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. A culturally safe space open 24/7 across the entire country.Go To Website
Grief support for children aged 7-17 and their families. Free camps, resources and support.
Ph: 1300 602 465
Online grief resources hubGo To Website
Call 1300 845 745
8am – 8pm every day
Free grief support
Counselling service for children and young people up to 19 years.
No referral needed. Free service.
Rear 265 Pacific Highway
Lindfield NSW 2070
Ph: 02 9416 0900Go To Website
When: Wednesdays 2pm to 4pm (Dates to be advised)
Where: Lifeline Northern Beaches Office: 310 Sydney Road, Balgowlah NSW 2093
Duration: 8 weeks (Booking Essential)
Cost: $10/session (but if you are unable to pay just let us know)
The NCCG is dedicated to helping bereaved children and their families rebuild their lives, by teaching them how to live with their grief. They provide children to 18 and adults counselling, national outreach support services, kids groups, parents groups, family camps etc.Go To Website
Free and local. A lived experience organisation providing resources on suicide, grief and prevention as well as local Northern Beaches peer CARE companions. Support in our local community for people who are caring for a suicidal family member, have survived an attempt or lost a loved one to suicide.Go To Website
1300 727 247
Contactable 24/7 to arrange face to face or telephone support.
We support anyone who has been bereaved or impacted by suicide including: individuals, families, friends, witnesses, schools, workplaces and community groups, first responders and service providers.Go To Info
Ph: 1800 805 801
Indigenous suicide 24/7 postvention service.
We provide emotional and practical support to families impacted by a loss from suicide or other fatal traumatic incidents.
WINGS of Hope supports people and their communities that are bereaved by suicide, by reducing isolation and preventing harm. It provides resources, linkages and direct support, and is especially focused on children and families bereaved by suicide. They also assist with practical supports, such a funeral arrangements, providing assistance with daily living (such as child care, shopping, etc.), comfort by talking to family members, access to counselling, liaising with the police, as well as assisting with managing legal issues.Go To Website