Bereavement Support for Adults

Grief is a natural process and many people learn to cope with the aid of family and friends. But around one fifth of bereaved people seek professional support to cope with their loss. Whatever stage of grief you’re at, or however recent or long ago the bereavement occurred, if you would like additional support, Cruse Scotland has a range of free, specialist services available to you.

Understanding Grief in Adults

Information about the grieving process in adults

Information

Self-Care Leaflets

Publications to explain grief and offer self-care tips

Leaflets

National Bereavement Helpline

Free listening and support telephone service

Helpline

Webchat Helpline

Online support service hosted by GriefChat

Webchat

Early Support

One-off session to offer early support and advice

Early Support

One-to-One Bereavement Counselling

Grief counselling available 6+ months after a death

Counselling

Support Groups

Peer groups to improve wellbeing and reduce isolation

Support Groups

Benefits Advice

Advice service for money matters following a death

Benefits Advice

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