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Other Organisations

Some of the national support groups have local networks – please see their webpages below:

  • Cruse Bereavement Care – offers face-to-face, telephone, email and online support for anyone who has experienced a loss.

  • BEAD (Bereaved through Alcohol and Drugs) – provides information and support for anyone bereaved through drug or alcohol use.

  • Child Bereavement UK - provides support for anyone who has lost a child, and for children themselves who are bereaved.

  • Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Charity (SANDS) – provides information and support for anybody affected by the death of a baby.

  • The Compassionate Friends – offers a range of services supporting bereaved parents and their families.

  • Sudden – helps people who have experienced a sudden bereavement to access specialist information and advice.

  • Widowed and Young – offers support to people under 50 who have lost a partner.

  • Samaritans -  here, day or night, for anyone who’s struggling to cope, who needs someone to listen without judgement or pressure.

  • British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy - is one of the UK’s largest professional bodies for counselling and psychotherapy.

  • Sue Ryder -  provide free, compassionate care to those affected by life-changing illnesses

  • Marie Curie - If You're Facing Terminal Illness, Caring For Someone Or Grieving - We Can Help. Find Information And Support On All Aspects Of Death Dying And Bereavement

Some of the local support groups- please see their webpages below:

  • Insights Bereavement Listening Service – offers flexible support in the Nantwich and rural areas for those people aged over 18 with loss, grieve and bereavement.

  • Cheshire East Council

  • Dove Counselling Services - offer counselling and other support to people of all ages who have experienced a bereavement, significant loss, or life changing or limiting illness.

  • Vysion – supports the mental health of children, young people and their families

  • End-of-Lfe Partnership -  is an award winning Cheshire Charity aiming to create a more complete and holistic approach to living well, care, death and loss

  • St Marys Church Nantwich – A Place of Welcome, local community groups providing their neighbourhoods with places where all people feel safe to connect, belong and contribute

  • Nantwich Methodist Church – Friendship Group, for all the Community. Meets monthly for friendship and company

  • Nantwich Buddies – The Happiness Hub meets weekly  for anyone in Nantwich who might feel lonely or isolated, who's new to Nantwich or just keen to make friends. 

  • SOBS - exists to help the survivors of a bereavement by suicide to support each other, at the time of their loss and in the months and years that follow

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