Grief Support

At The Martins, we aim to alleviate as much stress as possible so you can focus on grieving for your loved one. View the information below to find out more about the resources available to help you through this process.

Macmillian Cancer Support

For cancer support every step of the way call the Macmillan team free

(Monday to Friday, 9am-8pm)

Cruse Bereavement Care

If someone close to you has died or you are helping someone you know cope with a death, Cruse Bereavement Care offer counselling, support groups and information.

The Child Bereavement Charity

Support, listening and signposting for grieving families and the professionals who work with them.

Baby Loss

Information and support online for women and their partners who have experienced the loss of a baby.

The Child Death Helpline

A national freephone service staffed by bereaved parents and is for parents of anybody affected by the death of a child of any age from pre-birth to adult, under any circumstances..

The National Association of Widows

A self-help organization, run by the widowed for the widowed – both men and women. It offers comfort, friendship and a listening ear to people who have lost a partner.

CRY – Cardiac Risk in the Young

The Group on the Green

A bereavement group that meets in Southwick designed to help people from across West Sussex who have lost loved ones due to drug or alcohol misuse.

  • For more information call 01243 382641 during office hours.

Road Place

Provides support to those bereaved or injured in a road crash.

The Samaritans

For someone to talk to who will give you support.

The Terrence Higgins Trust

A charity providing practical support, help, counselling and advice for anyone with or concerned about, AIDS or HIV infection.

Central Office

Terrence Higgins Trust,

314-320 Gray’s Inn Road,