Counselling

Short-to-medium term one-on-one counselling or family work with professional grief counsellors is available at no cost. 

Outreach

A grief counsellor and peer supporter can visit newly bereaved families at their home and provide initial support.

Peer Support

Spend time with a trained volunteer who has been there. Peer Supporters have been bereaved by suicide in the past and are here to help those newly bereaved.

Referral Advice

Professional advice and support with referrals for ongoing support.

Referral advice for professionals

Returning to Work

Facilitation of a meeting (formal or informal) with the bereaved and their work colleagues before the return to work date, to ease the process of facing work again.

Support in returning to work

Support Groups

A safe and supportive environment where family members and friends can share experiences with other bereaved people.

Support groups

Support in education

Counsellors are able to attend to present to schools/groups and debrief where necessary. Counsellors can also provide support to staff and parents. 

Support in schools and universities

Support in the workplace

Counsellors are able to offer group/one-to-one debriefing for bereaved colleagues. 

Workplace support
To register your interest in any of our services please contact ARBOR on 1300 11 44 46 or arbor.bereavement@anglicarewa.org.au.

All of ARBOR's services are free.

Feeling lost?

Anglicare WA offers a wide range of services and with almost 50 service locations across WA, we’re never too far away.

If you’re not sure where to go, call us on 1300 11 44 46.