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Cruse Bereavement Care Bedfordshire

Every minute of every day someone dies in the United Kingdom. The death of someone we care about is likely to be the most distressing experience we will ever face. Bereavement can be lonely and isolating and can lead to a lose confidence and social isolation.  Grieving is complicated and sometimes it can be difficult to talk to family or friends so many people turn to Cruse Bereavement Care Bedfordshire and find that our independent confidential service helps them to cope. 

Cruse Bedfordshire exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone suffering a bereavement to understand their grief and cope with their loss. We do this by providing high quality bereavement support, information and advice. Bereavement support is provided by a team of trained volunteers.  We offer one to one support at home or in one of our counselling rooms and group support . The service is free, confidential and open to anyone over the age of 18. Our policy is to treat each bereaved person as an individual with their own needs and to offer the support that is appropriate to them at this particular time in their life. 

Although we are part of the national charity we have to raise all our own funds to provide services locally.  It costs about £50,000 a year and most of this is raised from donations from individuals and organisations.


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