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Grief and Bereavement Contact Information

Grief and Bereavement

A list of bereavement groups and organisations:

The Compassionate Friends - -gives support to parents whose son or daughter has died.
The Compassionate Friends
53 North Street
Bristol BS3 1EN
Helpline: 0117 953 0630

Cruse Bereavement Care   
This organisation provides a nationwide service of bereavement counselling, advice, information and social contact through its headquarters and more than 196 local branches, to anyone bereaved by death irrespective of age, race, religion, gender or sexual preference.

Cruse Bereavement Care
126 Sheen Road
Surrey TW9 1UR
Telephone: 020 8940 4818

FACTS Health Centre
Offer counselling, advice and support if someone has died after being ill from AIDS.
FACTS Health Centre
126 Sheen Road
Surrey TW9 1UR
Telephone: 020 8348 9195

LGBT Bereavement Helpline -
Offers support and advice to lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender people who have been bereaved
Helpline: 020 7403 5969 (Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, 7.30 to 10pm)

Manchester Area Bereavement Forum (MABF)  
A voluntary bereavement support and training organisation set up by volunteers in 1993 to offer support to people experiencing loss and those caring agencies involved in bereavement work.

The Grief Centre (MABF)
362 Manchester Road
Lancs, M43 6QX
Tel/Fax:+44(0)161 371 8860

Road Peace -
The United Kingdom's national charity for road crash victims provides support to those bereaved or injured in a road crash.
PO Box 2579
London NW10 3PW
Tel: 020 8838 5102
Support line: 020 8964 1021
Fax: 020 8838 5103

SSAFA Forces    
This is the national charity helping serving and ex-Service men, women and their families in need.
SSAFA Forces Help
19 Queen Elizabeth Street
London SE1 2LP
Tel: 020 7403 8783

The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths (Cot Death Research and Support)   for parents of a baby who has died suddenly and unexpectedly. They provide leaflets and information for bereaved parents and health professionals.
The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths
14 Halkin Street
London SW1X 7DP
Telephone: 020 7233 8001
Cot Death Helpline: 020 7233 2090 (24 hours)

The Miscarriage Association -
This organisation offer support and information on all aspects of pregnancy loss (miscarriage up to 24 weeks and ectopic pregnancy).
The Miscarriage Association
c/o Clayton Hospital
West Yorkshire WF1 3JS
Telephone: 01924 200 799

The National Association of Widows
This organisation offers friendly help to all widows and their families.
The National Association of Widows
48 Queens Road
Telephone: 024 7663 4848
or Tel/fax 0845 838 2261

The Samaritans
Someone you can talk to24/7 who will give you emotional support. There are over 180 branches in the UK
Tel No- 08457 90 90 90  for the cost of a local call.
In the Republic of Ireland - 1850 60 90 90 for the cost of a local call

The Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society (SANDS)     
Offers support to parents bereaved through pregnancy loss, stillbirth or neonatal death.
The Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society
28 Portland Place
London W1N 4DE
Helpline: 020 7436 5881

The War Widows Association of Great Britain -  
They offer advice, help and support to all war widows and dependants.
The War Widows Association of Great Britain
c/o 48 Pall Mall
Tel : - 0870 2411 305

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