If you were bereaved during the Covid pandemic in 2020-2022, chances are you will still be suffering with your grief and could benefit from some support. Read more HERE. Read more
Don't let the cost of living stop you getting support. Find low cost or free local support here. Read more
Find support for your loss, age and location Read more
A library of books and websites for all ages to help you with your bereavement journey Read more
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Helplines you can call
Churches across the country are providing a focus for our grieving nation. The Loss and HOPE Project provides resources, training and support for any Churches wanting to provide bereavement support for people of all faiths in their communities.
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Information to help professionals and organisations support bereaved people
If you are supporting a bereaved person, you can find help and advice here.
If you were bereaved during the Covid pandemic in 2020-2022, chances are you will still be suffering with your grief and could benefit from some support. Read more HERE.
AtaLoss has pioneered a national standard for bereavement signposting. READ MORE HERE.
You aren't alone. Find help here.
Create a free tribute page in memory of your loved one
Being able to demonstrate you are a compassionate and caring employer is great for business. Being an AtaLoss Corporate Partner or Associate could be a great way to become (and be seen to be) a bereavement friendly organisation.
Did you know you can find support wherever you live on AtaLoss.org?
Make a one off or regular donation to help bereaved people find support, or in memory of someone you have lost. Read more
We agree. Sign the petition to get bereavement awareness incorporated into the National Curriculum. READ MORE Read more
The cost of living crisis is causing many facing a terminal illness to die in poverty. This shouldn't happen to anyone in the 21st century. Marie Curie is leading a campaign to highlight their plight and demand more support for terminally ill people and their families. READ MORE AND SIGN THE PETITION HERE. Read more