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Self Help Groups

  • Laura Centre

    The Laura Centre is a family bereavement counselling centre which provides confidential counselling and group support, free of charge to: Anyone affected by the death of a child at any age and from any cause. Any school age child/young person up to 25 years of age affected by the death of a...
  • Learn and Live

    Voluntary road safety organisation representing bereaved parents of young drivers or their passengers.
  • Lone Twin Network

    The Lone Twin Network (originally called the Lone Twin Register) was set up in May 1989 to offer a network of contacts and support to anyone whose twin has died, at whatever stage of life. The Network helps twins who have had similar experiences of loss to share their views and feelings and to...
  • Miscarriage Association

    The Miscarriage Association is a national charity which provides support and information for all on the subject of pregnancy loss. They gather information about causes and treatments and promote good practice in the way pregnancy loss is managed in hospitals and in the community. The group was...
  • National Association of Bereavement Services

    National co-ordinating body for independent bereavement services. A membership organisation which promotes networking, training and standard of care together with an awareness of bereavement issues.
  • National Association of Widows

    The National Association of Widows is a national charity offering support and friendship to widows, and providing opportunities for women to develop a new sense of purpose as they face life on their own. Branches run social events whilst head office organises national events and keeps in touch with...
  • SANDS (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society)

    Information and a national support network for parents who have lost a baby through stillbirth or neonatal death.
  • Scattering Ashes

    A website that gives good simple advice and ideas on scattering a loved ones ashes. What the law says, the ceremony, the locations, poems, quotes and how to memorialise in your own way
  • Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide (SOBS)

    Self-help voluntary organisation exist to meet the needs and break the isolation of those bereaved by the suicide of a close relative or friend. We offer support groups, helpline, literature, conferences, residential breaks, support and practical information. We are a national organisation with...
  • The Alder Centre

    A confidential helpline for anyone affected by the death of a child. Provides local contacts.