The National Association for Loss and Grief (NSW) Inc is a not for profit organisation, formed in 1977 following the Granville Train Disaster, to act as a support network for people experiencing loss and grief. The organisation continues to provide a service to individuals, families and communities through its Grief Support service and now has branches in Dubbo (Head Office), Mudgee, Bellingen/Nambucca (Miindala), Hunter and Sydney (Telephone).
Each year, NALAG also conducts a variety of quality educational programs, workshops, training and mental health awareness events to enhance wellbeing and promote resilience to NSW communities following loss, grief, trauma and adverse life events.
"People in grief need someone to walk with them without judging them."
- Gail Sheehy
To strengthen the capacity of NSW communities and individuals to enhance wellbeing and promote resilience through support, counselling, education and advocacy following loss, grief, trauma and adverse life events.