Type your postcode or nearest town into the search box above to find details of our member organisations that support bereaved children and young people, whatever the cause of death. Families can refer themselves directly to these free services, and other children's professionals (for example, teachers, GPs) can get information, guidance and support too.
Because of the restrictions on meeting and getting together as a result of the outbreak of COVID-19, many child bereavement services across the country are having to change the way they work. That means that some local services may not be running as usual. If you are looking for support for a bereaved child or young person, please check directly with services noted on the map to confirm what they are able to offer at the moment. You might also find it helpful to have a look at the national support services.
About the map of local services
The services included in this map are members of the Childhood Bereavement Network and have endorsed the CBN Belief Statement and Guidelines for Best Practice.
Disclaimer: CBN is not a regulatory body and cannot accept responsibility for accuracy of the information given here, or the quality of care provided by its members. Please do let us know about any out of date entries or inaccuracies on the map.