Greenwich | Cruse Bereavement Care

0808 808 1677

Greenwich offers Zoom, telephone, group-work, and walking support.  We also support children and young people.  We aim to offer face to face support from our lovely premises in Eltham as soon as conditions allow.

To get in touch, just call 020 8850 0505 and leave your details - we will respond within 24 hours in most circumstances

Nobody has the same bereavement, so we help in lots of different ways - whether your bereavement happened yesterday or 30 years ago, we will always help.

Covid-19 update

Due to the current pandemic and ongoing social distancing, all Cruse services will be provided over the telephone, email or internet until further notice. Please contact us to find out more. 

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We offer a range of services

These include:

  • Telephone advice and information
  • A one-off, one-hour face-to-face meeting (assessment) to talk things through - usually within 10 days
  • Ongoing face-to-face support sessions at our premises
  • Home visits and telephone suppprt to people who cannot leave their home
  • Bereavement Walks and Social Group
  • Email support

If you're not sure what you need, just phone, and we can talk things through!  Check us on on Facebook and Twitter by clicking the logos below

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Find out about training to be a volunteer

Our next training for bereavement volunteers (BSFC) starts on Saturday 4th September (and the following three Saturdays).  We are looking for twelve volunteers.  We are particularly keen to recruit people with a lived experience of grief, and also those who can make a longer term commitment to the service.  We warmly welcome applications from people without a counselling background.

Interviews will end in early August, contact for an application pack.

Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, has helped us to support local people in our area who have been affected by bereavement. Thanks to the Government for making this possible.