Bereavement Advice

The South East London Suicide Bereavement Service supports people who have lost someone to suicide. The service is provided in partnership with South East London Mind. They're here to help in the aftermath of loss, offering practical support with things like funeral arrangements, as well as emotional support throughout the grieving process. They will also signpost you to other services that may be of benefit, depending on your needs. The service is available for people of all ages including children and young people who feel they may benefit from support. Their support team includes Suicide Bereavement Support Workers, Community Chaplains and a Bereavement Counsellor. Please visit their website or call to self-refer to their services.

Telephone: 07933 393 397

Website: slam.nhs.uk

Suicide Bereavement Service Leaflet

The Greenwich & Bexley Bereavement Help Point is here to help people through bereavement. We can help anyone living in Greenwich or Bexley who needs advice or support. The Help Point is a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We can offer emotional support and help you find appropriate practical support. The Help Point is a joined-up offer of support. The professionals you speak to will be able to direct you to the best organisation for you.

Telephone: 020 8320 5833

Website: www.gbbereavement.org

The National Bereavement Service offers practical and emotional support to guide you through what needs to be done. We can introduce the bereaved to trusted partner organisations in both private and charitable sectors, as well as provide information on the statutory requirements following loss, such as the registration of death and probate.

Telephone: 0800 024 6121

Website: www.nationalbereavementservice.org