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Cruse Bereavement care provides emotional support to people who have been affected by a death. Our services are free and confidential, and open to all, no matter when a death occurred.

This section provides information for professionals who work with bereaved people, and anyone who needs to know more about our services or bereavement in general, during the course of their work.  

Choose from topics in the menu. If you are a professional looking for training in working with bereaved people, you can find more information here.

This section provides answers to frequently asked questions about referring clients to Cruse services. 

We have a number of resources for personnel working in schools and colleges, particularly headteachers, pastoral staff, tutors and other members of senior management teams. 

Bereavement Care is an international journal for all who care for bereaved people.

Cruse is interested and involved in promoting research with a view to extending our knowledge of the impact of bereavement both for the charity sector and wider society.

Cruse provides training and consultancy for external organisations and for those who may encounter bereaved people in the course of their work. 

The Bereavement Care Service Standards provide a vital tool for all those dealing with bereaved people across all sectors.

Contact details for media and press enquiries.

For many employers, it can be difficult to know how to respond when an employee is bereaved, and how to ensure that the impact on both the individual and the organisation is minimised.