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Formed in 1977, NALAG NSW has grown to become NSW's leading provider of support and education for communities, families and individuals impacted by loss, grief and trauma.

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Grief Support

What is Grief?

Grief is our reaction to loss. Someone who has experienced a loss can feel like being lost in a maze of conflicting emotions. This is normal following significant loss. Some examples of significant losses are the death of a loved one, miscarriage, abortion, relationship breakdown, the death of a pet, caring for someone with a life threatening illness, as well as the loss of a job, home, identity or independence.

 

NALAG NSW provides a free grief support service across NSW, delivered by our team of trained volunteers and staff.  While we are not a crisis service, we do have trained volunteers who are available and able to provide support to you. If you would like to talk to one of our team, please contact us by telephone on 02 6882 9222, or simply complete the ‘Client Enquiry Form’ below (a NALAG team member will receive your form and contact you within 2 business days).

 

Health professionals and agencies: If you would like to refer a client, please download the ‘Agency Referral Form’ below.

 

Please note: NALAG NSW does not provide a crisis service. If you or someone you know needs urgent support, please contact a crisis support service, such as beyondblue on 1300 22 46 36, Lifeline on 13 11 14, or 000 in an emergency.

Opportunity available

Are you passionate about people, the community and the work NALAG does?

Would you consider sharing your time in volunteering as a State Board Member?

 

If so, NALAG has a number of pathways to support you becoming involved.

For 24/7 Crisis Support

Lifeline  13 11 14

NALAG acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners and Custodians of country throughout Australia. We honour and respect the cultural heritage, customs and beliefs of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We recognise that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have spiritual, social and cultural connections with their traditional lands and waters. We would like to express our sincerest gratitude to the communities on whose land NALAG works.