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Grief is a natural process, but it can be devastating. Cruse Bereavement Care is here to support you after the death of someone close. We offer a range of free confidential support for adults and children.

Cruse Bereavement Care is committed to being a diverse and inclusive charity that is accessible to all sections of society. 

Our articles on grief and bereavement, including tips on how you can help yourself and others.

Across England, Wales and Northern Ireland our trained bereavement volunteers offer support to adults and children.

Read about coping with grief in isolation, traumatic bereavement due to the virus, the current situation around funerals and more.

It is important that you take care of yourself following a bereavement. We suggest some do's and don'ts which might help.

Information for those affected by natural disasters, terrorist attack, suicide and other traumatic losses. 

The Cruse Bereavement Care National Helpline is staffed by trained bereavement volunteers.

Information for parents and carers about how children and young people are affected by grief, how you can support them, and when to seek help.

Military life is different from life in 'civvy street' and Cruse understands that.

These pages are for personnel working in schools and colleges, particularly headteachers, pastoral staff, tutors and other members of senior management teams. 

Information for professionals who work with bereaved people or study bereavement.

Cruse runs a number of specialist projects which help bereaved people in different circumstances. 

We publish a range of free and paid-for booklets and leaflets about grief, and a specialist journal, Bereavement Care.

Links to other organisations and sources of help relating to bereavement.

Hope Again is our website for young people designed by young people. It includes information and message boards where you can share experiences.