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One-to-one bereavement support

One-to-one bereavement support

Time and space to express yourself

During the coronavirus pandemic, we are still caring. All your one-to-one support is now happening via telephone or Zoom calls.

We are here to support family and carers after someone close to them has died.  If you have lost someone close to you, our counsellors can offer one-to-one support where you can talk openly and confidentially about what is happening to you.
This support will be available to you for as long as it is helpful to you, and you are always welcome to come back to us for more support; the door is always open. For example, there are some case where we have supported bereaved children and continued to support them all the way into adulthood.

How to be referred
If you would like to access any of North Devon Hospice's care and support, please ask your GP to make a referral to North Devon Hospice.  If you are already accessing support from us and you are interested in finding out more about bereavement support, please speak to one of the team involved in your care.

Service location
Bereavement support is available at our main site at Deer Park, on the outskirts of Barnstaple, and also at The Long House, our outreach centre in Holsworthy.

For those who would find it difficult to travel to our main site at Deer Park in Barnstaple or The Long House in Holsworthy, our team of volunteer drivers are usually available to provide transport. All our services, including transport, are provided completely free of charge.