How Cruse Buckinghamshire Can Help
The death of someone we love, who matters to us, is a devastating experience.
We are faced with the painful and daunting task of coping with all that bereavement brings and with the challenge of finding a new sense of life and purpose.
All of this takes time - nearly always longer than we think - and help of many kinds may be needed.
We offer a caring and understanding person for you to talk with in complete confidence:
- On a one-to-one basis
- In your own home or in a counselling room
- For as long as you need
Each Cruse bereavement volunteer is chosen with great care and is also specially trained.
We offer support to children and young people and information can also be obtained from our Cruse Young Person website.
If you need more support or would simply like more information please complete our enquiry form or if you prefer you can telephone us and leave a message on our answerphone and a Cruse volunteer will contact you as soon as possible.
Cruse social groups help people to take the first steps towards making new friends in a safe and comfortable environment, with others who have been through similar experiences.
The Cruse Bucks Social Groups meet at different times of the day in various locations to cater for wide ranges of ages and interests:
The Aylesbury and District support group meets on the third Wednesday of each month in Stoke Mandeville.
The Woodside Group meets on Wednesday mornings for coffee in the Free Church, Amersham - lunches and visits are also arranged.
Cruse Bereavement Care exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone
suffering a bereavement caused by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss.