Welcome To GriefLink
GriefLink provides information for people who are dealing with the grief caused by the death of someone close to them, and for those who are supporting them. The death of someone we know is something we all face at some time in our life, and grief is a normal reaction to this loss. Read more.
The impact of grief is often underestimated, and so it can be hard to know what is ‘normal’ and what you can do to cope. GriefLink can help you find information about different experiences of grief, the feelings and reactions you or those you care for might be experiencing, and things that can help. You can also check out your knowledge about grief so you can work out which resources about grief might be helpful for you or others.
GriefLink does not provide counselling support for those grieving. If such support is required, you can find links to other useful organisations who provide support or information for the bereaved at the bottom of each GriefLink page. If the matter is urgent, please contact LifeLine (13 11 14), Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636) or Kids Helpline (1800 55 1800) for immediate help.
GriefLink is maintained by a team based in South Australia, so some of the support information provided may be specific to that State. We hope, however, that the information provided on this site will be helpful to all visitors.
Please download our pamphlet for information about grief and the GriefLink website…
Grief following suicide is profound and far-reaching. Grief following suicide is never easy to experience, whether it comes without warning or after a long struggle with illness. In 2018, the GriefLink Management Committee was awarded a grant under the South Australian Suicide Prevention Community Grants scheme. As a result, GriefLink will be expanding the information and support provided for those who have been bereaved through, or touched by, suicide. We look forward to adding these pages in the next few months. In the meantime you can read more here.