Bereavement Help Point: West Norwood

 Our Bereavement Help Point is a two-hour drop-in session that aims to provide bereaved people with a place where they can talk to others and share their emotions.

These sessions enable members of the community to access guidance and information and also give a regular point where the subject of grief and bereavement is addressed openly and empathetically in an informal setting.

For more information call Akvile Gaile on 07842 608242. Alternatively, email BHP@stchristophers.org.uk

Bereavement Help Point: Croydon

 Our Bereavement Help Point is a two-hour drop-in session that aims to provide bereaved people with a place where they can talk to others and share their emotions.

These sessions enable members of the community to access guidance and information and also give a regular point where the subject of grief and bereavement is addressed openly and empathetically in an informal setting.

For more information call Akvile Gaile on 07842 608242. Alternatively, email BHP@stchristophers.org.uk

Bereavement Help Point: Beckenham

 Our Bereavement Help Point is a two-hour drop-in session that aims to provide bereaved people with a place where they can talk to others and share their emotions.

These sessions enable members of the community to access guidance and information and also give a regular point where the subject of grief and bereavement is addressed openly and empathetically in an informal setting.

For more information call Akvile Gaile on 07842 608242. Alternatively, email BHP@stchristophers.org.

Bereavement Help Point: Crystal Palace

The drop in Bereavement Help Points are a weekly 2 hour service. These sessions enable members of the community to have a regular point where the subject of death and bereavement is addressed openly and empathically in an informal setting.

Visitors support each other and often visit regularly in order to meet up with others who share their feelings and understand what they are going through particularly in early grief when formal services are not available generally.

Bereavement Help Point: Chislehurst

The drop in Bereavement Help Points are a weekly 2 hour service. These sessions enable members of the community to have a regular point where the subject of death and bereavement is addressed openly and empathically in an informal setting.

Visitors support each other and often visit regularly in order to meet up with others who share their feelings and understand what they are going through particularly in early grief when formal services are not available generally.

For more information call: 07464 871426

Bereavement Help Point: Catford

The drop in Bereavement Help Points are a weekly 2 hour service. These sessions enable members of the community to have a regular point where the subject of death and bereavement is addressed openly and empathically in an informal setting.

Visitors support each other and often visit regularly in order to meet up with others who share their feelings and understand what they are going through particularly in early grief when formal services are not available generally.

For further details call 0208 378 5358

Bereavement Help Point: St Christopher’s CARE

The drop in Bereavement Help Points are a weekly 2 hour service. These sessions enable members of the community to have a regular point where the subject of death and bereavement is addressed openly and empathically in an informal setting.

Visitors support each other and often visit regularly in order to meet up with others who share their feelings and understand what they are going through particularly in early grief when formal services are not available generally.

For more information call Akvile Gaile on 07842 608242. Alternatively, email BHP@stchristophers.org.uk

There a number of regular BHPs held across South East London, including Orpington, Lewisham, and Carford. Click here to see the full list of BHPS.

Bereavement Help Point: Petts Wood

The drop in Bereavement Help Points are a weekly 2 hour service. These sessions enable members of the community to have a regular point where the subject of death and bereavement is addressed openly and empathically in an informal setting.

Visitors support each other and often visit regularly in order to meet up with others who share their feelings and understand what they are going through particularly in early grief when formal services are not available generally.

For further information please contact Judith Niechcial on 07973 216408.

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