Bereavement services

Bereavement counselling can help people who are having difficulty coping with the loss of a loved one. The services listed below can give support and advice to you and your family.

Winston’s Wish

Winston’s Wish is the largest provider of services to bereaved children, young people and their families in the UK. They offer practical support and guidance to families, professionals and anyone concerned about a grieving child.

winstonswish.org

Child Bereavement UK

Gives specialised support, advice and training to all those affected when a baby or child dies, or when a child is bereaved.

childbereavementuk.org

Cruse Bereavement Care

Cruse gives support and advice to anyone affected by bereavement, helping them to understand their grief and cope with their loss.

cruse.org.uk

Parentchannel TV – Coping with bereavement

Looks at the reactions young children may have to the death of someone close, and offers some tips and advice on how to support them and help them understand.

familylives.org.uk/advice

The Laura Centre

The Laura Centre offers bereavement counselling to anyone affected by the death (or anticipated death) of a child and for any child or young person up to the age of 25 who is affected by the death (or anticipated death) of a parent or carer.

thelauracentre.org.uk

The Shakespeare Hospice

Offers support to children and their families in South Warwickshire when someone is affected by a life-limiting illness or has died. Any parent, grandparent, carer, teacher, health or social care professional can refer to the service. Young people over the age of 16 can refer themselves. 

theshakespearehospice.org.uk 

Rosie Crane Trust

The Trust supports bereaved parents through their grief after the loss of a son or daughter of any age.

rosiecranetrust.org

Guy’s Gift

Guy’s Gift offers bereavement support to children and young people around Warwickshire.

guysgift.co.uk

Coping with a miscarriage

For more information please visit the NHS website.

nhs.uk/conditions/miscarriage

NHS Coping with a stillbirth 

Please visit the NHS website at the following link.

nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/coping-with-stillbirth