Advice and Support
Suffolk Cruse Bereavement Care
We are a charity set up to help bereaved people to understand their grief and cope with their loss. We provide information, one to one support and offer advice, education and training services.
We also have a specialist Children & Young People Team.
If you would like to volunteer to support bereaved people, help on our Area Committee or with publicity and fundraising please contact us.
For help or information please telephone your local Branch:
Ipswich 01473 230888
North Suffolk & Great Yarmouth 01502 722234
Suffolk Coastal 01394 670770
West Suffolk 01284 767674
“I felt my counselling with my volunteer was very helpful indeed, at a time when I felt isolated and at times desperate”.
Headway is a local charity that offers rehabilitation, support and care to people with an acquired brain injury, stroke or other neurological condition. This is carried out in their hubs around Suffolk and in people's homes and community.
For more information see their website: https://www.headway.org.uk/
Our aim is to ensure the Health & Social care services in Suffolk are the best they can be, and if people wish to share their views with us or make complaints, that we are there to help and support them.
If you would like to find out more about who we are and what we do please visit our website: www.healthwatchsuffolk.co.uk
and click here to view our latest Annual Report: http://www.healthwatchsuffolk.co.uk/news/healthwatch-suffolk-strengthens-its-influence-in-201516-to-make-a-difference-for-suffolk-residents/
SUFFOLK BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT (SBS)
'Easing loss through group support'
Recently bereaved or suffering a delayed reaction to loss? Are you in need of help and support?
Why not join a small focused group, of 5-10, sharing bereavement issues?
Groups are led by an experienced facilitator creating a warm, safe environment in which to explore the many aspects of loss.
Groups are free and open to Suffolk residents able to attend the Hadleigh venue.
For more details or to reserve a place contact Patrick or Margaret
Web site: www.sbsg.eu
Tel: 01206 299832
SBS is a not-for-profit charity working with 'Community Action Suffolk' in setting up this new service (registration CAS2398/16)