Alongside you and your grief.
We’ve partnered with Marie Curie to ensure you get the help you need after someone dies.
Together, we’re offering bereavement support services including bereavement counselling, support groups and a helpline.
We can support you through:
If someone you know has died from a terminal illness, get free bereavement counselling with a qualified counsellor over the phone, virtually or face to face (subject to location).
Some people find meeting with other bereaved people in a support group helps them come to terms with their own feelings. Find a safe space to meet with others going through grief near you.
Ongoing support over the phone
The Marie Curie Bereavement Service is a free, national service offering ongoing support, from the same volunteer, over the phone. It’s not a counselling service, but a safe place to talk and share your feelings.
You can download a summary of the service here.
Have you experienced the loss of a loved one and are looking to help other people experiencing bereavement?
Volunteer with us
Help support people experiencing bereavement. Find out more here.
Share your story
Would you like to share your story?
It’s not easy talking about grief and loss, but it’s incredibly valuable to hear how it impacts the lives of people and communities. It enables us to tailor our support to be more inclusive and accessible.
We are inviting people from diverse communities to share their lived experience and have their voices heard.