Our grief support service is free of charge and offered to adult residents in the borough or patients registered with a Merton GP.
We provide a safe space where you can share how you are feeling with one of our experienced team. The service is confidential and gives bereaved adults the opportunity to talk about the person they have lost, remember their lives together, to celebrate and memorialise.
You can also talk to us about the practical issues and paperwork that arise at this difficult time and we can put you in touch with services that may be of assistance.
Grief support is given on a one to one basis and may consist of up to six sessions, held fortnightly. If you simply need some information, that could be provided in a single face to face session, over the telephone or via email.*
If you would benefit from talking therapy to help with deeper issues relating to this loss, we could help you access a local service to provide you with further support.
Feel free to contact us and we will do our best to assist you. Please bear in mind this service is in high demand so places for face to face support may be limited.
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*In light of the guidance on Coronavirus, we are moving support to a video call and telephone based service. Due to high client demand, we may be fully booked for 1:1 appointments, but will always do our best to help where we can. We aim to respond to your email within 48 working hours but this may be longer due to the current circumstances.
If you, or someone you know, may need this help, you can contact us for a confidential chat:
Tel: 020 8946 0735 (Mon-Fri, 9am – 5pm)
Grief Support Wimbledon, Guild House, 30/32 Worple Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 4EF
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Every year, we provide financial and emotional support to over 2,000 people in our local community. Since Covid-19 that number has increased, and as well as helping our existing clients, we’re now also providing urgent support to hundreds more local people whose lives and livelihoods have been impacted by the pandemic.