This annual national event is driven by The Good Grief Trust, the UK’s leading umbrella charity, bringing all UK bereavement services, support organisations and helplines together under one central database. Offering early signposting to a choice of support for both the bereaved and those working with them.
Julia Samuel; “it isn’t the circumstances of the death that will predict a positive or negative outcome, it is the support they get at the time and after the death This is the key component to anybody finding a way to rebuild their life.”
is an alliance of practitioners, therapists, policy specialists,
organisations, activists and academia who specialise in the areas of
mental health and wellbeing and who’s core purpose during this Covid-19
pandemic is to bring the mental health needs of the Black, Asian and
Minority Ethnic community into the mainstream.
Covid-19 is having
a devastating impact and we have come together to support the
development and delivery of mental health and wellbeing services to
ensure that the needs of our local communities are being met as a result
of this pandemic and crisis.
Together as an alliance we are working to ensure that culturally appropriate therapeutic, psychological and social interventions are integrated in the mainstream, and that they are widely available and accessible.