The bereavement office can guide you through the practical things to do when someone has died; below is some information about organisations who can offer longer term bereavement support.
Leeds Bereavement Forum
Leeds Bereavement Forum is a local charity that signpost individuals to the most appropriate bereavement service. You do not need to be referred to them, their service is free and open to all. Their website provides help and advice for those who have been bereaved and an online directory of bereavement services both locally and nationally.Telephone: 0113 225 3975 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: lbforum.org.uk | Twitter: twitter.com/LeedsBForum
Cruse Bereavement Care drop in sessions
Cruse Bereavement Care are a national organisation offering support for people who have been bereaved.
Cruse Leeds also offers a bereavement support drop-in service at the Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre on the St James’s University Hospital site. The service is for people who have experienced any type of bereavement (not just for relatives of patients who were known to St. James’s University Hospital) and it is held there between 4.30pm and 6.30pm, on the first and third Wednesdays of every month.
The Bereaved Carer Project at Carers Leeds provides support on a one-to-one and group basis for carers who have been bereaved.
Telephone: 0113 380 4300 | Website: www.carersleeds.org.uk
Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service
Leeds Suicide Bereavement Service supports people who have been bereaved by suicide at any time. They have a variety of different methods of support available.
Mindwell is a Leeds based website which contains information about mental health in Leeds, including information about bereavement and signposting to further support.