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Support groups and information providers to help you cope with the loss of a loved one.

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  • Everything we do is to benefit bereaved parents and relatives who experience the loss of a baby. We offer support for baby loss that occurs at any stage of pregnancy, at, or just after birth - whatever the circumstances and however long ago.

    • SPRING - Supporting Parents and Relatives through Baby Loss: 01202 448084
  • SSAFA's vision is: 'In recognition of their service to the Nation, SSAFA works to ensure that the needs of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families are met in an appropriate and timely way'.

    • SSAFA - the Armed Forces charity: Forcesline (our help desk for any member of the armed forces, veterans and their families): 0800 731 4880
  • Whether you have been bereaved through a relative dying from SADS or have been newly diagnosed with a cardiac condition SADS UK can help.

    • Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome - SADS UK: 01277 811215
  • SCARD help to relieve distress amongst people who have lost a loved one, been injured or affected by drunk or reckless driving.

    • Support and Care After Road Death and Injury - SCARD: 0345 123 5542
  • If you have been personally affected by a suicide and are looking for help and support, we offer a range of services including our helpline.

    • Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide - SOBS: 0300 111 5065
  • We are widows of all ages who meet in local groups for social events organised by our members. Our main purpose is to get together, support each other, make new friends, chat and have fun with others who understand.

    • The Jolly Dollies:
  • A social network for widowers. The Jolly Gents main purpose is to get together, support each other and make new friends with others who understand.

    • The Jolly Gents:
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