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There are a number of organisations who offer support for young people, and their families, who have experienced loss or bereavement:



Simon Says support young people in Hampshire with the loss of someone close to them. They work in practical and creative ways and offer a variety of resources including monthly age appropriate support groups, a telephone support line and advice. More information can be found on their website  and they can be contacted on or on their helpline 02380 647 550.




Winstons Wish provides face to face, telephone, email, ‘live chat’ and online advice and support to children and families who are experiencing bereavement to help manage their grief. More information can be found on their website  and they can be contacted on 0808 802 0021




Cruse offer support and advice to children and adults when someone dies. This includes Hope Again which is the youth specific website created by Cruse. More information can be found on their website or you can talk to someone directly through their helpline 0808 808 1677.




At a Loss, offer bereavement support to children and families, via their website.



Child Bereavement UK, offer support for children, especially those bereaved by suicide.



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