Losing someone close to you can be the most difficult part of life. It is important that you look after yourself during this time, both in your health and financially. Our guides and directory provide relevant information that can help you during this time.

There are so many organisations that provide invaluable information and support to people affected by bereavement. Some serve a specific geographical area or people affected by a particular type of death. To avoid this page becoming just another phone directory  we have given details of just a selection below.

If you call us we will look for the organisation best suited to your own individual circumstances

Coping with bereavement - You may experience a range of emotional and physical symptoms after your relative or friend has died.

Information about the end of life - Our booklets and audio CDs talk about what might happen when someone is coming to the end of their life. Knowing what to expect could help you focus on what’s important to you.

Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people.

+44 (0) 808 808 1677

If someone you know has died, we can reduce the amount of unwanted marketing post being sent to them, stopping painful daily reminders.By registering with our free service, the names and addresses of the deceased are removed from mailing lists, stopping most advertising mail within as little as six weeks.

We aim to provide you with bereavement support and information when you need it- 24 hours a day 365 days a year, the site is available at your fingertips.

Funded through our work with organisations and professionals, bespoke training courses, consultations and written articles- our online support to you is and always has been completely free. We will endeavour to provide you with our personal support alongside guidance to, in our experience, some of the very best agencies across the globe. Our mission is to help you find the very best service at a time when you may need it most.

The Dying Matters Coalition, led by The National Council for Palliative Care, aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and to make plans for the end of life.

Dying Matters is a coalition of 30,000 members across England and Wales and our membership includes hospices, care homes, NHS organisations and staff, GPs, funeral directors, the legal sector, charities, faith groups and many more. We provide clear and practical advice through our information, leaflets and website to help you and your loved ones make plans for the end of life. Our range of eye-catching resources and materials offers a host of ways to start important.onversations about dying. We encourage more open discussion of dying, death and bereavement in the media.

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