Our vision is for nobody in the UK, suffering a significant loss, to be left floundering or alone. Our website is for anyone- whatever their age, faith, and gender and wherever they live- to find the support they need when they need it.
Our focus is on bereavement by death (including pregnancy) but in the case of young people we extend our work to loss more generally as this can have an enormous impact on the future and mental health of young people
We are working towards www.ataloss.org becoming the trusted ‘go to’ place to search for bereavement support whether that be counselling, support groups, death cafes, financial advice, practical help with bereaved children, or courses on bereavement support.
We try to ensure that the information listed about bereavement support is provided by the organisations themselves, so ensuring the information is accurate and up to date for people searching for support. It is important to us that we maintain these standards so please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you discover any inaccurate information.
Accessible support for all
We want to celebrate all the support that is available for those who have suffered significant loss and make it easier for adults and young people to access relevant and available support. We are committed to providing effective signposting within our website by support organisations supplying their own information, careful categorising and a high grade search facility.
We want to hear of any bereavement support service or resource to include in this website so that the bereaved can be signposted to support.
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Bridging the gap
Sadly there are many bereavement circumstances and parts of the UK where bereavement support is not available. We aim to mobilise others, and provide where possible, increasing support in those areas.
We provide bereavement support and activities where we recognise a need:
GrabLife (activity support weekends and peer support for bereaved 18-30 year olds)
Bereavement Support for Men (social gatherings and peer support especially for men).
ListeningPeople (training to support teenagers through loss in youth groups and schools).
We are also developing training for churches to support the bereaved in their communities.
Changing the culture
We hear many stories of people who have not had the support that they need, usually because people are unaware of the difficulties bereaved people face.
We want to work with others to raise awareness of bereavement issues and encourage more people to support the bereaved effectively.
These are the organisations that we are working alongside