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They aim to empower bereaved people to live life to their best potential by relieving emotional and physical suffering, which may cause depression and other emotional and relationship problems. Brent Bereavement confidential service provides a safe space for individuals to talk to someone, who will not judge or tell them what to do, but will help…

Child Bereavement UK believes that all families should have access to the support and information they need when a child grieves or when a child dies. Through understanding their grieving process and receiving help in dealing with bereavement from appropriately trained professionals, families can learn to live with their grief and begin rebuilding their lives….

Freephone service for anyone affected by the death of a child. FREEPHONE: 0800 282 986 Additional Freephone number for ALL mobiles: 0808 800 6019 Visit www.childdeathhelpline.org.uk for more information.

Cruse Bereavement Care is there to support you after the death of someone close. Contact them if someone you know has died and you need to talk. Face-to-face and group support is delivered by trained bereavement support volunteers across the UK. They also offer information, publications, and support for children. Visits the Cruse website for…

Advice and support for children and young people (age 0-18) who have been bereaved, as well as their families. they also provide information and advice for teachers, GPs, social workers, health visitors and others working with children. Contact for further information and advice: 01189 342 604 info@daisysdream.org.uk http://www.daisysdream.org.uk  

The Family Holiday Association is a charity that provides short breaks in the UK for children and their families. These are families that face daily hardship made worse by the likes of illness, bereavement or disability. They offer those families in difficult circumstances a much needed break. Visit the Family Holiday Association website for more information. Tel:…

When a child’s parent or significant loved one dies, their lives change forever.  As well as the sadness they feel, they are often left confused and full of fear and anxiety. Grief Encounter helps families address difficult issues such as death and we help make sense of the hurt and confusion. Above all, they aim to…

Jigsaw4u is a charity working to support children and young people through trauma, loss and bereavement. It brings together children and young people who feel alone and different, so that by sharing their experiences they can develop the tools to move forward in their lives. Jigsaw4u aims to give young people a voice, empowering them…

Cruse Bereavement Care’s vision is that all bereaved people have somewhere to turn when someone dies. Our Areas and Branches offer free and confidential services provided by trained volunteers. If you live in Guildford, Surrey Heath or Waverley and need their help, please ring them on: 01483 565660 Alternatively visit their website. There is also…

Tamba are a registered charity set up by parents of twins, triplets and higher multiples and interested professionals. Tamba’s campaigns, research and support services directly help thousands of parents and professionals meet the unique challenges that multiple birth families face. Visit their website for more information. 10am-1pm, 7pm-10pm Helpline: 0800 138 0509 Email: asklinetwinline@tamba.org.uk

The Lullaby Trust provides specialist support for bereaved families and promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep. Working with the NHS they run a national health-visitor led service for bereaved parents, Care of Next Infant (CONI) programme, which supports families before and after the birth of their new baby. They are committed to supporting research to understand…

Winston’s Wish provide help and support for bereaved children and young people up to the age of 18. Their programmes recognise how children experience grief, they therefore include time to have fun, with creative activities as well as time to focus on and work through more painful issues. Visit the website for more information.