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The National Suicide Prevention Alliance, In partnership with Public Health England, has published a resource which provides guidance on commissioning and delivering support after a suicide (otherwise known as postvention support), as part of a wider suicide prevention strategy.

Jubilation is a beautiful classical album by world-renowned composer Olga Thomas and arranged and recorded by Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Band Portsmouth.

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Our new Cruse Masterclasses have been awarded National Counselling Society recognitinon.

In any business environment, even staff who are confident and competent can worry about talking to a bereaved client or colleague. For some companies this happens as a routine part of work, and in every workplace staff will be affected by bereavement.



Hope Again is Cruse Bereavement Care's website for young people. 

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Children’s Grief Awareness Week ran from November 17th to 23rd, and it’s important to know why this matters. 1 in 29 school age children have lost a parent or sibling, and that’s a pretty big number. When I lost my Dad I didn’t talk about it for years, especially to my family. I didn’t realise at the time that this was making my grieving process longer and more difficult to cope with.
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Our wonderful long-term YAG member Paddy O'Hare has made a touching video on his experience with bereavement. He was brave enough to tell his personal story on the loss of his Dad, and share it with the world to help other young people. 
Read what Patrick has to say about making the video and its impact for young people.