UK Grief Support Services
It is important to take care of yourself when you are going through a loss and dealing with the aftermath when you lose a loved one, at Thomas Brothers we are committed to providing our customers with support and advice during this difficult time for you and your family. Here are some of the UK grief support services we recommend contacting if you are struggling with bereavement. CHILD BEREAVEMENT UK Losing a child is something no parent or family should ever have to go through, and child bereavement UK are available to support you through the difficult times ahead with whatever level of support you need. They also support children who are dealing with bereavement too, and offer a number of resources and services for children of all ages who are experiencing loss and grief. DYING MATTERS Dying Matters is a combination of services and charities who have come together to support people suffering with bereavement in the UK. Their aim is to encourage people to talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement to help the healing process become easier to deal with. THE GOOD GRIEF TRUST The Good Grief Trust is a charity run in aim of providing support to those going through a difficulty coming to terms with the death of a loved one. They offer a large number of resources and some great advice on how to cope with losing family or friends, whether that be online resources, over the phone or face to face. MIND Mind are one of the biggest mental health organisations in the UK, that offer a number of bereavement services in their catalogue of resources. Mind’s goal is to better the mental health of the people in the UK, and there is a wide range of resources and materials available to those who have lost a loved one too. The most important thing to remember when you are going through loss and bereavement, is that you are not alone and there are so many people out there going through very similar experiences and feelings as you are too. There are millions of different ways to get support, both in your local area or online. You don’t need to suffer in silence, there is always somebody with a hand stretched out to help you get through these difficult times.