Helping you through bereavement

PUBLISHED: 6 Nov 2023

We are here to offer support, guidance and advice to help you through grief and bereavement.


Helping you through bereavement
Financially, Emotionally and Practically

GroceryAid is here to offer support, guidance and advice to help you through grief and bereavement.
Remember, all our services are completely free and confidential.

If you are currently facing grief and bereavement, here are some support services you may find useful to help you through:

Legal Advice
Law Express provides advice on areas such as wills, probate and inheritance. Call the GroceryAid Helpline to get a referral code.

Telephone Information Specialists
Available through the GroceryAid Helpline, a TIS can provide guidance on housing, benefits and other entitlements following your change in circumstances. Call the GroceryAid Helpline to arrange an appointment.

Counselling Support
Our Helpline may suggest individual counselling sessions for you. Alternatively, you can apply for Relate relationship support for couples, families, friends and children online here.

Financial Grants
If you have experienced a sudden drop in income or change in circumstances, you may be eligible for a one-off, non-repayable financial grant. Find out more and apply here.

Online Financial Hub
MoneyHelper’s financial advice and guidance explains how to handle finances when someone dies, you can access this here.

Call 08088 021 122 for immediate emotional support from a BACP trained counsellor 24/7, 365 days a year.

You don’t need to go through this alone, we are here to support you. Call the Helpline on 08088 021 122 27/7, 365 days a year or click here to learn more about our services.


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