Army Widows' Association
Offering comfort, support and friendship to the widows and widowers of service men and women. Features event details and advice.
At A Loss
Provides the UK's 'one stop shop' website for finding bereavement support.
BEAD (Bereaved through Alcohol and Drugs)
A source of information, support and hope for anyone whose loved one has died as a result of drug or alcohol use, and includes advice on overcoming grief and practical aspects of a bereavement as well as personal accounts that show people they are not alone.
The Coroners' Courts Support Service
The CCSS is a registered charity whose trained volunteers offer emotional and practical support to bereaved families, witnesses and others attending an Inquest at the Coroner's Court.
Delivers counselling services to a wide range of adults and children who have experienced or are facing loss.
Cruse Bereavement Care
Helping people bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. Leaflets, bereavement explained plus local contacts.
Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland
Provides support and counselling to promote the well-being of bereaved people in Scotland; includes a guide to their services, resources, volunteer opportunities, and contacts.
Cruse Bereavement Research
National UK charity which provides support. bereavement research; includes information on conferences and symposia as well as current research projects.
Provides resources and information for the bereaved and survivors of major disasters that occur in the UK and overseas.
The Good Grief Project
Bereavement charity dedicated to understanding grief as an active and creative process. Provide support to families grieving after the untimely death of a loved one.
Presents a book, free to download, following the experiences of five women who were pregnant when they were widowed.
Grief Recovery Method (UK)
Provides education in the Grief Recovery Method to individual grievers and those who wish to help others recover from loss.
The Loss Foundation
UK charity dedicated solely to providing bereavement support following the loss of a loved one to cancer, whether that be spouses, family members, friends or colleagues.
Features a concise and in parts light-hearted guide to coping with life as a widow; also features the author's personal diary and a message board.
Petal Support Limited
Petal Support (People Experiencing Trauma and Loss) is a Scottish charity funded by Scottish Government to provide support and Counselling to people who have suffered a loss through murder culpable homicide or suicide.
RAF Widows' Association
A national charity for women and men who have lost their spouse or partner whilst serving in the RAF at the time of their death or who died within two years of leaving the RAF.
Aims to help children and young people find ways to cope after bereavement. Includes interactive tools, a message board and lots of articles, advice and suggestions on ways to remember a loved one.
Road Victims Trust
A registered charity offering a range of free support services to residents of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire who have been affected by fatal road collisions.
A global charitable initiative by Brake, the road safety charity, sharing best practice, research and resources among professionals and carers who work with suddenly bereaved people.
Sue Ryder Online Community
Online forum where bereaved adults can exchanges messages, share feelings and support each other. It's a free service, accessible 24/7 via computer, smart phone or tablet, and you can choose an anonymous screen name. Moderated by Sue Ryder to ensure a safe and supportive environment.
Veterans Bereavement Support
A community-based organisation providing free advice and information for all those who have served or have served in the Armed Forces and Merchant Navy over the years and also support the Emergency Services family.
A self help group created to support the needs of Widowed people over the age of 50. Includes a forum, links, and contacts.
WAY Widowed & Young
Only national charity in the UK for men and women aged 50 or under when their partner died. It's a self-help group run by a network of volunteers who have been bereaved at a young age themselves, so they understand exactly what other members are going through.