WHO DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION SERVE?
Care for the Family wants to help all those who are supporting people who have been bereaved in any circumstance. Our new bereavement webpages contain a range of information to help family, friends, churches and those providing services to bereaved people. Here you can find details of bereavement support organizations, books and other resources, information and helpful articles.
WHAT IS THEIR BIGGEST CHALLENGE?
Coping with the pain and heartache of a close bereavement is always difficult – not least when it’s accompanied by a sense of loneliness and a feeling that no one understands. Not only do we want to help those who are living with loss to discover hope for the future, and the strength to rebuild their lives and the lives of their families, but we also want to help those who are supporting the bereaved. It can be difficult to know just what to say or do to best help those going through the pain and heartache of a close bereavement.
HOW DO YOU HELP THEM?
Whether you recently experienced loss or it happened some time ago, we are here to help you find hope, healing, peace, and a way forward. On our site you'll find articles and personal stories from others who have faced a similar loss. You can also find out about our telephone befriending service and events. In addition we offer the following:
- Widowed Young Support
- Bereaved Parent Support
- Bereaved Sibling Support
- Bereavement Support for Churches
- Helpful Book Recommendations
- Bereavement Care Awareness
- Helpful Articles
- Special Events
WHERE CAN WE FIND OUT MORE?
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