What is Complex Bereavement Service?

The Complex Bereavement Service is supported by Norfolk County Council’s Public Health Department and Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group and has been created as a result of a great need for suicide prevention and complex bereavement support in Norfolk and Waveney.

 

 
Who is Complex Bereavement Service for?


Those bereaved and affected by suicide who may face a host of conflicting feelings: anger mixed with sadness; love and hate for the person who died; guilt often alternating with anger and blame for self and others.


 

 

How do I access this service?

  • Coroners Court 
  • Any community mental health team in NSFT
  • Other professionals and agencies 
  • Self referrals 

 

 
Upcoming Support Groups

The Anchor Project Support Group is for those who have bereaved through suicide.

Over eight-weeks the group will support you to speak openly about feelings, emotions and reactions. It will also provide you with the opportunity to meet others who are going through similar experiences.

The group offers a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment.


Upcoming Groups

24th August – Face to Face

The Anchor Project Support Group will be starting on the Wednesday 24th August 2022 from 4pm – 6pm at the Steam Café in Gorlestone.

6th September – Face to Face

The Anchor Project Support Group will be starting on the Tuesday 6th September 2022 from 1.30pm – 4.30pm at the Aylsham REST Hub, Aylsham. 
 

5th October – Face to Face

The Anchor Project Support Group will be starting on the Wednesday 5th October 2022 from 2pm – 4pm at Churchman House, Norwich.  



Criteria for referral:
  • 18+
  • Must have been bereaved through suicide
  • Must live in the Norfolk and Waveney area


To book your place, or ask any questions, please email:
anchor.project@norfolkandwaveneymind.org.uk


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COVE is a Pandemic Bereavement group offering a safe, confidential and nonjudgemental environment that provides a space to speak openly about your feelings and emotions, and an opportunity to meet others who have had similar experiences.

Upcoming Groups

24th August – Face to Face

The Cove Project Support Group will be starting on the Wednesday 24th August 2022 from 10.30am – 12.30pm at Sam’s Café, in Lowestoft.

5th September – Face to Face

The Cove Project Support Group will be starting on the Monday 5th September 2022 from 10.30am – 12.30pm at Churchman House, Norwich.

Criteria for referral:

  • 18+
  • Bereaved during the pandemic
  • Bereavement does not have to be specific to COVID-19
  • Must live in the Norfolk and Waveney area


To book your place, or ask any questions, please email:
cove.project@norfolkandwaveneymind.org.uk


 

 

How do I find out more about this service?

Call us on 0300 330 5488 option 1 or email rictriage@norfolkandwaveneymind.org.uk where you will be met by a Recovery Triage Operator who will provide you with further information about this service.

Whether it’s you, someone in your family, a friend or a work colleague, we are here to support you. 


 

Great Yarmouth Office

28-31 Deneside
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk
NR30 3AX
Tel: 0300 330 5488

 

Norwich Office

50 Sale Road
Norwich
Norfolk
NR7 9TP
Tel: 0300 330 5488
 

King's Lynn Office

Saunders Yard
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 1PH
Tel: 0300 330 5488
 

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