Everyone experiences bereavement at some stage of their
life, the death of a parent, a loved one, a friend or a
feelings of grief can overwhelm us at the time, but we
work through them and come to terms with our loss.
Our lives will never be the same again, things have
changed. Sometimes though, the feelings, perhaps
of despair or guilt or sheer loneliness, may overwhelm us
and we need to seek help.
Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland
are able to support you through this difficult time.
We are able to help you through one-to-one counselling
sessions which will enable you to work through your grief.
Or it may be that you need reassurance that others have
been through the same anguish and despair and would like
to read some reassuring stories or get some advice.
services are offered to clients at no charge. However
we are a charity and rely on grants and donations. Why
not make a donation to us so that we may continue to
help those struggling with their grief?
We have developed 'More Questions Than Answers' – Supporting people bereaved by
For details of this blended learning course developed by
Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland and NHS Health Scotland,
please click here for further details.
CBCS is partnering Cruse
Bereavement Care who have been granted funding of over half
a million pounds through the Armed Forces Covenant LIBOR
Fund to further develop and raise awareness of bereavement
services available for the Military Family. Over a two year
period the project, ‘Bereavement in the Military Family’,
will support over 30,000 bereaved serving personnel, their
families and the ex-services community. For further details
about support to the Military Family
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