Support Services

Use the categories below to find appropriate and local support.  

If you are looking for a particular organisation you can search by name by scrolling down the list.  It is alphabetical and 'local' organisations are listed first, then UK wide. Our aim is for these organisations to self submit their details to ensure they are accurate and up to date. Where they have done this, the organisation is marked with a tick.     

If you are newly bereaved, feel free to use our GriefChat facility where a bereavement counsellor will (confidentially) talk with you.

Also the "Tell Us Once" government service will allow you to notify more than 20 services and organisations of a death.

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SCARD

Services: One to One, Practical support, Professional counselling, Listening, Phone helpline, Website articles and information

SCARD

SCARD helps to relieve distress amongst people who have lost a loved one or have been injured or affected by drunk or reckless driving. We do this by providing emotional and practical support through a telephone helpline, support groups, personal support system and offering free counselling at our offices.

Services: One to One, Practical support, Professional counselling, Listening, Phone helpline, Website articles and information

Seasons for Growth

Seasons for Growth aims to build the resilience of children and young people who are dealing with significant loss or change.

Services: Groups, Practical support, Listening, Events

Seeds of Hope Children's Garden

The Seeds of Hope Children’s Garden is a vibrant living space designed to help children and young people explore feelings of loss with the support of their families, teachers, and carers. The loss may be as a result of many different things including death, divorce, adoption, separation, or a change of school. In a garden, change, loss and death can all be seen as a natural part of the cycle of life. The Garden is open 7 days a week and is situated at the east end of Guildford Cathedral on Stag Hill just off the A3.

Services: Groups, One to One, Peer support, Practical support, Listening

SeeSaw

Grief support for children and young people in Oxfordshire

Services: One to One

Simon Says

We support children & young people up to 18 in Hampshire, who have been bereaved of someone significant in their lives.

Services: Groups, Phone helpline, Website articles and information, Events

SLOW - Surviving the Loss of Your World

Community self-help groups providing support to bereaved parents and siblings in rebuilding their lives after the death of a child. Offering support groups in Islington, North London and Streatham, South London and open to all that have suffered the devastating loss of a child.

Services: Groups, Peer support, Listening, Drop in, website articles and information.

Services: Groups, Peer support, Listening, Drop in, Website articles and information

Solihull Bereavement Counselling Service

Solihull Bereavement Counselling Service’s aim is to provide a quality bereavement counselling service for people living or working in Solihull, through a dedicated team of professionals.

This service is confidential, we work with individuals helping bereaved people to move on with their lives.

Services: Groups, One to One, Professional counselling, Phone helpline

South Bucks Counselling

We offer a professional and confidential one to one counselling service to adults. Many of our clients come from High Wycombe, Marlow or Maidenhead, however we are open to clients from any geographical area.

Services: One to One, Professional counselling

South Lanarkshire Council - Psychological Service

Give us a break! was developed by South Lanarkshire Council Psychological Service, in collaboration with Macmillan Cancer Support and NHS Lanarkshire. It is an eight session group work programme based on a solution focused approach. Give us a break! is aimed at 10-14 year olds who have experienced loss and negative change. It encourages young people to develop their personal strengths, meet others who have experienced similar changes, think towards their future, develop effective coping strategies, and reduce inappropriate distress.

Services: Groups, Website articles and information




The organisations that run these services have freely provided us with their information for our database.
Inclusion does not imply endorsement by AtaLoss.org.
We seek to contact them to update the information at regular intervals but cannot be responsible for the accuracy at any one time.

AtaLoss.org reserves the right to remove any entry from this database without notifying the organisation