Cruse Bereavement Care in Cornwall is part of a national charitable organisation who offer support to bereaved people throughout Cornwall.
Cruse had its 60th year anniversary in 2019 and has carrying out this important work for the last 60 years nationwide and for nearly 40 years in Cornwall.
During the COVID19 outbreak, Cruse Cornwall continues to be here to respond to the needs of the Cornish people in such a very difficult time.
There will be other deaths that have occurred during this period which are unrelated to Coronavirus where loved ones will have died without the normal care and support that family members can offer. Due to the lockdown, families and friends have not been able to attend the funeral of the loved family member. People have had to grieve entirely on their own with no one to be able to offer any physical support and comfort. For many this will be an added trauma on top of the existing distress of the death.
If you need support at this difficult time, please contact the Referral and Information line.
Tel: 01726 76100 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that Cruse Cornwall is able to offer support over the telephone during the COVID19 lockdown.
Cruse Cornwall are being supported in this endeavor of offering a fast and timely response to bereaved people in Cornwall by being granted funding by the National Lottery Fund and The Cornwall Community Foundation. This money will ensure that we can offer people the trained skilled response to Clients when they are most at need.
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.