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If you’re 18 or under, you can talk to Childline about anything. No problem is too big or too small. Call them on 0800 1111 or chat to them online.
Cruse volunteers are trained in all types of bereavement and can help you make sense of how you’re feeling right now. Their phone number is 0808 808 1677, please check their website for opening hours.
A free independent, confidential and UK based nationwide service delivering psychological support to people working in the NHS and on the frontline.
Whatever your question, Marie Curie can help with practical information and support on all aspects of life with terminal illness, dying and bereavement. Their helpline number is 0800 090 2309.
A national mental health charity providing advice and support to anyone with a mental health problem. Info line: 0300 123 3393 (lines are open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday except bank holidays).
The National Bereavement Partnership provides a support helpline, counselling referral and befriending service for all those suffering from bereavement, grief, living loss, mental health issues, and those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Their helpline number is 0800 448 0800.
The Samaritans are available any time, day or night, if you’re having a difficult time. You can get in touch about anything that’s troubling you, no matter how large or small the issue feels. The Samaritans are there to listen, no judgement, no pressure and help you work through what’s on your mind. Their freephone number is 116123.