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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Disaster Action UK Wide

Disaster Action’s website provides resources and information for the bereaved and survivors of major disasters that occur in the UK and overseas. If you have been affected by a disaster, you may find our series of free leaflets useful

Services: Website articles and information

Doctors' Support Network (DSN) UK Wide

DSN is a confidential peer support group for doctors suffering any degree of ‘mental distress’.
Doctors in difficulty can feel extremely
isolated. Contact with, and support from other doctors can be an essential part of recovery.
All DSN members have been troubled at some stage in their life

Services: Peer support

Eye to Eye Youth Counselling Service Across Wales

Eye to Eye Young People’s Counselling Service offers a free and confidential counselling to young people aged 10 to 25 years in schools and the community in Rhondda Cynon Taf.

Services: Professional counselling

Facing Bereavement UK Wide

Working through grief, arranging final affairs and honouring the memories of loved ones are all easier when the bereaved feel informed and supported. Here we offer expert guidance and advice on how to get through it and look to the future.

Services: Website articles and information

Fire & Rain UK Wide

Fire & Rain organises uplifting bereavement breaks - Soul Spas - for widows and widowers. The founder's own healing journey following the sudden death of her fiance at the age of 50 inspired her to set up Fire & Rain to help others by sharing some of the things that have helped her most in feeling more positive again. The Soul Spas are a safe space to just be and relax, in the company of people who really understand. They don't provide therapy but a light touch, optional programme that integrates powerful mindfulness techniques into fun, creative and relaxing activities, thus offering widowed people a more relevant alternative to "normal" holiday offers.

Services: Groups, Peer support, Holidays

Forces Childrens Trust UK Wide

As a charity we are devoted to working together to help children in need whose father or mother has died, or has sustained life-changing injuries, whilst serving as a member of the British Armed Forces or Civilian Forces (i.e. Police, Fire and Ambulance Services).

Services: Groups, Professional counselling, Listening, Website articles and information, Events, Holidays

good life, good death, good grief. Across Scotland

We want Scotland to be a place where people help each other through the difficult times that can come with death, dying, loss and care.

Services: Website articles and information, Events

GrabLife from AtaLoss.org UK Wide

Activity Support weekends for young adults aged 18-30 who have been bereaved at any time

Services: Peer support, Website articles and information, Events

Grief Encounter UK Wide

Helping children through bereavement

Services: One to One, Professional counselling, Phone helpline




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