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Cruse Bereavement Care

Cruse Bereavement Care is a charity which:

  • Offers free information and advice to anyone who has been affected by a death.
  • Provides support and counselling one to one and in groups.
  • Offers education, support, information and publications to anyone supporting bereaved people/
  • Increases public awareness of the needs of bereaved people through campaigning and information services.
Cruse Bereavement Care Central Office, P O Box 800, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1RG
Area serviced:
National Helpline 0808 808 1677

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Charitable organisations representing a specific cause countrywide.
Services associated to counselling in all its various forms, including one-to-one and group therapy.
Services which are offered free of charge.
Services provided in the user or patient's own home.
Resources related to, or offering, literature and audio/visual materials related to mental health.
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Groups or organisations set up to support the specific needs of mental health service users, and their carers.
Services which provide access to counselling by telephone.
Organisations providing mental health training for professionals and non professionls.
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