Here at Carers Support West Sussex (CSWS), we completely understand that everyone will experience their own unique journey in coping with loss. At the same time, we believe that connecting with others in a similar situation will provide you with a sense of support and a means of developing your own coping strategy.
National Bereavement Services & Resources
Cruse Bereavement Care offers support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies. During the current pandemic our trained volunteers are continuing to offer support over the telephone and internet.
This booklet is about coping when someone close to you has died. It is for the relatives and friends of anyone who has died from cancer. The booklet looks at some of the emotions you may have and the support that can help. It also gives you some practical information about what to do and what to expect when someone dies.
The Silver Line Helpline is the only national, free and confidential helpline for older people open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. We offer information, advice and friendship through our helpline and services. There is no question too big, no problem too small and no need to be alone.
A booklet for carers of people with dementia.
Providing a lifeline of safe and caring support to families, friends and partners affected by someone else`s drug, alcohol, or gambling problems.
Supporting children and young people after the death of a parent or sibling.
Support for bereaved children, young people and families.
Provides information and guidance, and is run by a team of experienced support workers, who can talk to you about the tasks that need to be completed after a death – such as registration of the death, arranging a funeral or informing other people and organisations. The Helpline can also give you information about sources of help and support for you and your family and friends as you grieve. Call 0300 111 2141 Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm.
Bereavement guide to support you during Covid-19
Providing free bereavement support for loss to Cancer or Covid-19
Bereavement: how it can affect autistic people and what we can do to help