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Cruse Bereavement Care's vision is that all bereaved people have somewhere to turn when someone dies.
Our mission is to offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies, and to enhance society's care of bereaved people
We aim to promote the well-being of anyone bereaved by death and to enable bereaved people to understand their grief and cope with their loss

  • With volunteers working across the Tees Valley and Durham Area, we aim to offer a quality information and support service to any bereaved person, regardless of age, gender, class, culture, disability, ethnic origin or background

  • We offer bereavement support to children and young people either through one-to-one sessions with specialist child bereavement volunteers or via the national website for young people, designed by young people

  • We also offer support to the Military Family. We understand that people who have lost a loved one while they are serving in the Armed Forces may have particular issues that complicate the grieving process.

  • We have highly trained volunteers who can support the bereaved after a sudden and traumatic death: suicide, homicide, road traffic accident.

Cruse Bereavement Care is here to support you after the death of someone close

01325 288633

2 Maude Street,

Drop In:
Every Monday
2pm - 4pm
No appointment is
necessary - it is
advisable to telephone

01325 288633

Lower Hall,
St Nicholas Church,
Market Place

Drop In:
on the 4th Thursday
of each month,
1.30pm until 3.30pm

01287 610734

1st Floor,
Sunnyfield House,
36 Westgate,
TS14 6BA

Drop In:
Every 2nd and 4th Monday
of each month,
10am until 12pm

01642 210284

PJS House,
9-11 Harris Street,

Drop In:
on 1st and 3rd,
Thursday of each month,
11am until 1pm