Amber Community facilitates various support options for people affected by road trauma.

These include:

  • peer support involving personal support from a volunteer who may have been involved in a similar situation
  • bereavement support workshops
  • facilitated support groups
  • community education and information sessions relating to grief and trauma.

Time for Remembering

Our organisation holds the Time for Remembering ceremony each year to remember those who have died, acknowledge those who have been injured, and recognise the impact of road trauma on our wider community. You are most welcome to attend.
Where: Queen’s Hall, Parliament House, Melbourne
When: Third Sunday in November
If you would like to find out more, please contact  1300 367 797.


Art therapy

We are currently running an art therapy support group, that meets on the first Thursday of the month at Surrey Hills Neighbour Centre. This group provides a safe and caring space for people impacted by road trauma. The classes are filled with an atmosphere of love, mutual support and respect. A sense of belonging is encouraged.

The purpose of art therapy is to guide people through a variety of creative processes to facilitate self-expression and enhance wellbeing. Art therapy allows feelings to emerge in creative images expressing grief, loss, love and hope.

If you would like to find out more, please contact our counselling team on  1300 367 797 (no art/craft experience is necessary).