- More than one in ten people struggle with funeral expenses
- Companies often give no thought to how they treat bereaved people
- Help is at Hand for anyone bereaved by suicide
- Cruse and Samaritans join forces to help people bereaved by suicide
- New suicide prevention plan to support most vulnerable in Wales
Cruse Bereavement Care is here to support you after the death of someone close. If someone you know has died and you need to talk, call us on 0844 477 9400 (costs apply).
Face-to-face and group support is delivered by trained bereavement support volunteers across the UK.
Facing the future
Facing the Future has been developed by Samaritans and Cruse Bereavement Care to help support people who have been bereaved by suicide. Samaritans branches in Basildon, Coventry, Exeter, Southend and Wakefield will be working with their Cruse area counterparts to offer these groups in 2015. Facing the Future gives you the opportunity to meet others who have lost someone to suicide and share your experiences and feelings. Read more
Bereavement support for young people
Many children and young people experience the death of a parent, caregiver, sibling, friend or grandparent. Many of our local services offer support to children and young people. Our new website Hope Again is a safe place where young people who are facing grief can share their stories with others.
Supporting families in the Armed Forces
Cruse can provide information and support to Military families following bereavement, including practical information, dealing with the media and what support the bereaved can expect from the Armed Forces and others following a death in Service.
Cruse is delighted to be expanding its work with the Military Family, following an award of over half a million pounds by the Ministry of Defence. Read more
Bereavement at work
For many employers, it can be difficult to know how to respond when an employee is bereaved, and what can be done to ensure that the impact on both the individual and the organisation is minimised. With one in ten people in the UK likely to be affected by bereavement at any one time, employers can benefit from planning ahead.