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Support/Advice

Any links to external websites and/or non Charlie's Star information provided on this page are done so as courtesy.  Their inclusion on this page should not be construed as an endorsement by Charlie's Star or their content or views of the linked materials.

Child Bereavement Charity

In the UK, when a baby or child dies, or a child is bereaved, many of those affected are unable to access good quality support which meets their individual needs. The Child Bereavement Charity believes all families should have the support they need to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies.

www.childbereavement.org

Winston’s Wish

The UK’s leading childhood bereavement charity.

www.winstonswish.org

Childhood Bereavement Network

If you are looking for support for a child or young person who has been bereaved, try searching their online Directory of local and national ‘open access’ services.

www.childhoodbereavementnetwork.org.uk

Royal British Legion Independent Inquest Advice Service

RBL Independent Inquest Advice service provides the families of those who’ve died in Service – including Reservists on active Service – with free, independent and expert legal advice and assistance.

www.britishlegion.org.uk

Online Forums & Support Groups

Bereavement UK online Forum/Support Group

www.bereavementuk.co.uk

Gingerbread

Advice and Support for Single Parents.

www.gingerbread.org.uk

Help 2 Make Sense is an online tool brought to you by Winston’s Wish. It aims to help young people who have experienced the death of a loved one come to terms with their loss. We know how beneficial it can be to learn that you are not alone. That you are not the only young person going through this. That’s why we want to share the stories of young people we’ve supported, who have found hope in their grief.

www.help2makesense.org

 

Cruse Bereavement Care

Someone to turn to for young people a Cruse they offer a safe, youth friendly space where young people can work through their grief in their own time and own way accompanied by a trained and experienced volunteer who will work individually with the young person over a period of 6-8 weekly sessions.  Everyone reacts differently to a death and there is no-one there to tell you how you should be acting or feeling.

www.hopeagain.org.uk