Cruse Bereavement Care Cruse Bereavement Care is here to support you after the death of someone close. We provide safe spaces and opportunities for young people to access support, to learn new skills through informal educational, fun, social, sports and arts activities led by and for young people.
Having an ill child can be a very scary experience for parents.
No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. And what-ever the event, you will find a group of friendly, welcoming guys with a shared love of the outdoors. A facilitator and a psychotherapist are at the drop-in every Tuesday.
Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide exist to meet the needs and break the isolation experienced by those bereaved by suicide. It works towards equality by inspiring disabled people to identify barriers and define solutions. We don't store any details and the site is secured by SSL.
Care Choices has 20 years of experience in the care sector and is the largest publisher of official care directories for local authorities in England.
Carers Hub is a new partnership of three local charities and local authority assessment staff, who have joined together to create a focal point for unpaid carers, to get information and support they need. They help people who might be Transgender, Transsexual, Gender Queer, people who do not identify with the gender they were assigned at birth or those who are simply unsure.
There are no requirements to be a member of the church including to take part in all parts of worship including communion. Eating disorders are typically perceived to be conditions that are suffered by only females - this is far from the case. Most of their events are one day and they also organise weekend and longer events such as hostelling, an arctic adventure and a white water rafting expedition.