Support Services

Use the categories below to find appropriate and local support.  If you are newly bereaved, please use our GriefChat facility 'pop up' on our GriefChat tab.

Scroll down the alphabetical list to find a support service by name (UK Wide organisations are listed first)

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The Market Place

Our services are free, confidential and available for 11-25 year olds in Leeds. We offer a range of services including one to one support, counselling, group-work and our drop-in. All of these services are delivered by our Youth Work Service and Counselling Service

Services: One to One, Listening, Drop in

The Miscarriage Association

We provide a number of places online where you can get support and information, share your experiences, comfort others and hear from the Miscarriage Association.

Services: Phone helpline, Website articles and information

The Olive Branch Christian Counselling Service co. Ltd.

Counselling 1:1 for people in Winchester and the surrounding areas.

Services: One to One, Professional counselling

The Rainbow Centre for Children

Free and professional support to children and families affected by bereavement and life-threatening illness.

Services: Groups, One to One, Professional counselling, Phone helpline, Website articles and information, Events

The Shakespeare Hospice

We offer bereavement support to children and young people between the ages of 5 and 18.We also help to support children and their families if someone close to them has a life limiting illness. Children are given opportunities to talk about their fears and anxieties in 1-1 sessions with a support worker and they are also invited to join in our groups so that they can meet other children who have been through a similar situation.
We also work closely with schools and teaching staff who may be supporting children and provide training either at the hospice or at school.

Services: Groups, One to One, Practical support, Professional counselling, Listening

TimeNorfolk

TimeNorfolk offers support to women and men who have suffered a pregnancy loss due to miscarriage, stillbirth, termination and help people with the trauma associated with their loss. We also see clients suffering from infertility, perinatal anxiety and depression, birth trauma and support clients through a subsequent pregnancy when needed.
In the event of an unplanned pregnancy we offer somewhere people can come to talk to someone and look at the different options available to them, enabling them to make an informed choice.

We offer a safe, confidential and non-judgmental place

Services: Groups, One to One, Professional counselling, Drop in, Website articles and information

Timeout Rothwell

Timeout Rothwell is a volunteer run bereavement support group in Rothwell. The group meets three times a month to offer peer support and friendship

Services: Groups, Friendship support, Events

Together for Short Lives

Together for Short Lives are here to help families caring for a child with a condition that may shorten their life have as fulfilling lives as possible and the very best care at the end of life and in bereavement.

Services: Peer support, Phone helpline, Website articles and information, Holidays, Advocacy, Grants

Tommy's Fund

Tommys Fund Supports families that lose an older child (over 18) suddenly in Sussex We offer bereaved parent support groups One to One Counselling Contributions towards funerals Craft Therapy (talk and craft) Resources from other specialist organisations

Services: One to One, Practical support, Advocacy, Grants




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