Road trauma Support and information
At Amber Community, we understand the profound impact of road trauma, and are here to provide you with valuable guidance and support.
Explore our range of resources designed to help you navigate the challenges associated with road trauma.
Specialised guides for dealing with road trauma
Our comprehensive guides offer insights, coping strategies, and tools that may help you and your loved ones cope after a road crash.
- Grief following road trauma: Advice for those who have lost a loved one due to a road collision.
- First on the scene and witnesses of road trauma: Guidance for those who witnessed or were first on the scene of a serious or fatal collision.
- Supporting children (0 – 12 years): A guide for parents of children involved in or affected by road trauma.
- Supporting teenagers and young adults: Resources for parents, teenagers, and young adults dealing with road trauma.
- Common reactions to road trauma: Understanding and managing the various feelings and emotions that may arise.
Our guides are also available in multiple languages to ensure accessibility for a diverse audience:
- Grief following road trauma Arabic عربي
- Grief following road trauma Chinese 简体中文
- Grief following road trauma Vietnamese Tiếng Việt
- First on the scene and witnesses of road trauma Arabic عربي
- First on the scene and witnesses of road trauma Chinese 简体中文
- First on the scene and witnesses of road trauma Vietnamese Tiếng Việt
Amber Community offers various support options to assist individuals affected by road trauma, including:
- Grief and loss counselling: Confidential and free counselling
- Trauma counselling: Confidential and free counselling
- Road trauma support workshops: Participate in workshops dedicated to coping with road trauma.
- Facilitated support groups: Join groups where mutual support, respect, and a sense of belonging are encouraged.
- Community education: Attend information sessions addressing grief and trauma within the community.
Every year, Amber Community hosts the “Time for Remembering” ceremony to honour those who have lost their lives, acknowledge the injured, and recognise the broader impact of road trauma on our community.
This meaningful event is held at Queen’s Hall, Parliament House, Melbourne, on the third Sunday in November.
For more details, please contact us at 1300 367 797.
Our art therapy group provides a safe and nurturing space for individuals impacted by road trauma. Mutual support, respect, and a sense of belonging are fostered here. Express a wide range of emotions creatively, regardless of your art or craft experience.