Led by qualified counsellors, counselling and bereavement support is available to the family and friends of anyone cared for by St Wilfrid’s.
A few weeks after a person has died, the bereavement team at St Wilfrid’s write to any family and friends who have given consent to be contacted directly. They are offered an appointment with a bereavement coordinator.
While you are waiting for this and, if you feel you need support sooner, don’t hesitate to contact our bereavement team before this letter arrives. Remember that even if you haven’t contacted the team for a while or even a long time, you can still get the support you need up to two years after your bereavement.
Contact our Bereavement team on 01323 434257
If you're referring a child or young person please use our specialist form here
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