What does it do?Our trained volunteers provide face-to-face support and practical advice about dealing with bereavement in branches across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Who it is for: Cruse is a national charity that provides advice, information and support to anyone who has been bereaved (children, young people and
adults), whenever or however the death occurred. The service is provided by trained, experienced volunteers.
Where it is available:Local service covering: Chesterfield (Derbyshire).
What it costs:The service is free of charge. Cruse relies on volunteers to deliver the bulk of its services and it is largely funded by public donations. If you would like to help Cruse continue to provide high quality care please visit the website.
How to access or apply for it:
This branch of Cruse can be accessed by phoning 01246 550080 , but there is also a National Helpline on 0844 477 9400.
Additional information:Please note that when you call a local branch you may go through to an answer phone as some offices are run by volunteers. If you leave your name, number and the time at which you would like to be contacted someone will call you back within a few days.
Legal & financial, Casework, advocacy & support, Information & options appraisal, Financial advice (benefits), Information, Signposting / gateway service, Emotional support
Info last updated:08/04/2011.
|About the service provider:|
Cruse Bereavement Care - Chesterfield Branch
Telephone: 01246 550080
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|Parent organisation:||Cruse Bereavement Care|
|Who are they?||Cruse Bereavement Care is a national charity offering help to all who are bereaved - young and old, men, women and children wherever they live in the United Kingdom.||