Adjusting to Life After Caring

A short leaflet about adjusting and coping after the death of the person you cared for Read more

Apart of Me

Apart of Me is a safe virtual space to help families cope with life-limiting illness, death and grief. It features a game to support young people when someone they love has a terminal illness Read more

At A Loss

A Christian bereavement charity mobilising the Church in the UK to bridge the gap in provision for the bereaved and signpost them, by means of a website, to appropriate available support. Read more

Bereavement Advice Centre

Bereavement Advice Centre supports and advises people on what they need to do after a death. Read more

Care for the Family

Parenting, relationship and bereavement support through events, resources, courses, training and volunteer networks. Read more

Coping as a carer of someone with a mental health problem

Mind’s guide to supporting someone with mental health problems Read more

Cruse Bereavement Care

Support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies Read more

CRUSE Bereavement Care

Support after the death of someone close. Read more

Emergency or crisis phone numbers for safeguarding, welfare of a vulnerable person or domestic violence

A list of useful telephone numbers for accessing help in an emergency. FOR CONCERNS RELATING TO THE SAFETY OR WELFARE OF A VULNERABLE ADULT OR CHILD phone the local public emergency safeguarding number: 08450 454545 Read more

Half Orange Bereavement Group

Every Monday 10:30am till 12 Noon at Lord’s Hill Church, Lord’s Hill District Centre, SO16 8HY A time to chat over a cup of tea, bring your knitting, sewing or just enjoy a chat. Read more

Options Counselling

Counselling, training and development - 1 to 1 and organisations. Specialist gambling counselling FREE. Counselling for wide range of issues at not-4-profit rates Read more

The Good Grief Trust

Website directing those suffering grief to targeted support and advice Read more

WAY Widowed and Young

WAY offers help and support to anyone in the UK who was widowed aged 50 or under. Read more

What happens to benefits when someone dies?

If someone close to you has died, you will need to stop any benefits they were getting. You'll also need to stop any benefits you were getting because of their illness or because you were their carer. Read more

You Raise Me Up

Charity offering financial and emotional support to families that have lost a young adult between the ages of 16 & 25. Read more