When a friend, family member or loved one dies, it can be the hardest thing anyone ever has to face. It can cause a wide range of emotions and not all are expected and they are sometimes overwhelming. There is no “right way” to grieve, and you do not need to do this alone.

We are here for you, as are many dedicated organisations and sources of support.

Practical information

Looking after you

Are you 50 years old or over and experiencing grief?

Are you 50 years or younger and lost a partner?

Are you, or do you know, a child or young person whose family member or friend has died?

Has your child, or a child close to you, died?

Has a family member or friend died due to suicide?

Has a family member of friend died due to substance misuse?