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Here you will find articles and information around bereavement and the death sector, plus links to other organisations that offer advice and support.
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Charity signposting to bereavement support services, information, helplines and resources.
The UK’s leading charity working with and for older people – their mission is to help everyone make the most of later life.
A national charity which aims to promote strong family life and to help those who face family difficulties.
Offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies.
National Bereavement Service (NBS) offers bereavement advice and guidance for those in need of support following the death of a loved one.
Funeral Link helps the bereaved in Dundee save money and offers independent advice and friendly, confidential one to one support.
Samaritans works to make sure there’s always someone there for anyone who needs someone.
WAY is a UK charity that offers a peer-to-peer support network for anyone who’s lost a partner before their 51st birthday.
The Childhood Bereavement Network (CBN) is the hub for those working with bereaved children, young people and their families across the UK
An independent voluntary organisation whose trained volunteers offer emotional support and practical help to bereaved families, witnesses and others attending an Inquest at a Coroner’s Court.
Amparo supports anyone affected by a suicide death, whether a recent death or a historical death.
Men’s Mental Health Support Groups running throughout the UK. Talking groups for men who have either been through a storm, are currently going through a storm or have a storm brewing in life.
A volunteer-run charity, it serves to offer comfort, support and friendship to the widows and widowers of servicemen and women.
BEAD’s aim is to be a source of information, support and hope for anyone whose loved one has died as a result of drug or alcohol use.
BAATN are the UK’s largest independent organisation to specialise in working psychologically, informed by an understanding of intersectionality, with people who identify as Black, African, South Asian and Caribbean.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide.
Grief Encounter’s mission is to give every child and young person access to the best possible support following the death of someone close.
Providing frontline nursing and hospice care, a free support line and a wealth of information and support on all aspects of dying, death and bereavement.
A non-profit organisation supported the bereaved within the Muslim community.
The UK’s largest independent therapy organisation working with gender and sexual diversity clients.
A national charity for those people whose spouse or partner served in the RAF; or those who themselves serve or served and whose spouse or partner died whilst they were serving.
Sue Ryder supports people who are living with a terminal illness, a neurological condition or who have lost someone.
The Loss Project works across the UK and beyond connecting people in local communities through the universal experiences of grief, loss, death, dying or trauma.
Provides support for twins and other multiples who have lost their twin due to death at any age.