Cruse Bereavement Care NI

Cruse Bereavement Care NI

Cruse NI Regional Office
Prince Regent Commercial Centre
Belfast
BT5 6QR
United Kingdom

Opening Hours

9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday.  Evening and weekend support also offered where required.

Cruse is a national charity that provides advice, information and support to anyone who has been bereaved, whenever or however the death occurred. Our vision is that all bereaved people have somewhere to turn when someone dies.

The death of someone we love is likely to be one of the most distressing experiences we will ever face. When someone dies, a relationship is lost, a process of change begins, and we move towards a new and largely unknown situation. 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.  The service we offer is provided by trained, experienced volunteers, and is confidential and free.

There are seven Cruse area offices located throughout Northern Ireland. 

 

Cruse Bereavement Care NI's Content

Volunteering

NI Cruse Children & Young People's Bereavement Support Course

Cruse Bereavement Care NI

Belfast
Event
Outdoor Activity

Cruse Bereavement Care NI

This is a free event open to anyone who would like to come along and walk to remember someone special. The walk is at 11.30 and it will be an opportunity to view the beautiful surroundings of the Cuilcagh Mountain Park in peace and tranquility or to chat with other people. To register simply go to http://cruse.eventhq.co.uk/stairway-to-heaven-walk
Dates:
15 September 2019
Enniskillen
Event
Workshop

Cruse Bereavement Care NI

The Macmillan Cruse Project is aiming to improve bereavement support services for people affected by cancer. Cruse Bereavement Care are motivated to ensure that our services are inclusive, user friendly and that everyone in the community feels as though they can access timely bereavement support. We especially need to hear the voices of men and those who work with men in your community.
Dates:
21 February 2019
Omagh
News

Cruse Bereavement Care NI

If you are 18 years or older and have experienced a loss in the past 5-10 months, you are invited to take part in a survey study that explores how differences in the grief experience arise.

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Cruse Bereavement Care NI

The new guidance, produced by the Labour Relations Agency in Northern Ireland closely follows the guide developed by Acas in partnership with Cruse Bereavement Care and other valued partners.

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Cruse Bereavement Care NI

Cruse Bereavement Care NI have opened a new charity shop in Newtownards, and we would welcome donations of good quality clothing and jewellery to replenish our stock. The shop raises vital funds to support our work with bereaved people in Northern Ireland

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Cruse Bereavement Care NI

Cruse NI are concerned that there may be many people eligible for support through the Victims & Survivors Service, who are unaware of the range of support available to them through funded organisations.

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Cruse Bereavement Care NI

Cruse Bereavement Care in Northern Ireland is celebrating the 30th anniversary of providing support when someone dies, with a reception in Parliament Buildings, Stormont on Wednesday 17th September at 7.00pm.

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Cruse Bereavement Care NI

A gardening initiative which brought together young people and older people who have been bereaved was visited in July week by Alderman Alan Leslie at the Quarries Farm in Bangor.

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Cruse Bereavement Care NI

The Mayor of Lisburn, Councillor Andrew Ewing, will be cutting the ribbon for the grand launch of the opening of the Beyond Words Belfast/Lisburn Friendship Group Allotment in Lisburn, on Monday 15th September at 11am.

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Team

  • Paul Finnegan
  • Siobhan McHaffie
  • Elaine Brannigan
  • Claire Phillips