How Can We Help?
Supporting those who call our Helpline are trained bereavement volunteers who are there to listen and help ease the emotional burden of loss.
A safe place to talk about personal issues without interruption.
If you're having trouble getting traditional help while waiting for NHS assistance or for any other reason, you may find these groups beneficial.
Trusted Verified Inclusive counsellors are here to listen and offer support at this difficult time. Those who seek the assistance of our counsellors can do so in complete privacy.
So many organisations help people who have lost someone by giving them information and support that is very helpful. Some help people in a certain area or who have lost a certain kind of person. Click on the link below to find out more.
Have you been referred to us by someone or an organisation?
We know that a lot of people are introduced to us by their doctor or healthcare worker.
We are here to help you. Please get in touch.
An Opportunity to Help
BMHS relies on donations and money to continue assisting individuals in overcoming challenges on a daily basis. The opportunity to expand our service offerings is afforded by even the smallest contributions. If you support our goal, please consider making a donation today. Every contribution has an impact.
Information & Resources
Registering a death
The news of a terminal illness can be heartbreaking not just for the patient, but also for their loved ones. Even if we were prepared for this news, most of us would still have a hard time taking it all in.
Simply put, there is no "correct" response to such news, and people often feel either intense emotions or numbness. Understanding that your objectives have evolved, you will need to figure out how to prioritise your time and energy accordingly.