How can we help? Families & carers Bereavement support Bereavement support Experiencing the loss of a family member can be extremely distressing. Our Bereavement Support team are on hand to help you through the emotional impact of grief. We recognise that bereavement affects everyone differently, so we offer a range of support options to best suit you or your family member. We provide support for anyone who lives in the mid Essex area; you do not need to have a previous connection with Farleigh. CIRCLE provides support for adults Yo-Yo provides support for 4-18 year olds CIRCLE Once you have been referred, you will have an initial assessment. Our team of professional counsellors and trained volunteers will help you decide the right support option for you. We offer: Telephone support 1 to 1 support Counselling Groups - Open Support Group, Help Understanding Bereavement, Art & Craft, Cooking. You are welcome to attend a group only or alongside individual support/counselling Information and advice – help with finding resources, or general guidance and support To find out more about our groups, please download our Spring/Summer 2017 booklet or click here. We accept referrals from 6 weeks after your bereavement. To make a referral please complete the form below. Circle Bereavement Referral Form For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01245 457308. Yo-Yo Yo-Yo is a community service for children and young people aged 4 to 18. The service is partly funded by Children in Need. The options for support are: 1 to 1 support Counselling/art therapy Group work – we have a range of groups: Mini HUB (Help Understanding Bereavement) - a 5 week course for 7 -11 year olds, looking at bereavement, how it’s affected you and to meet with others in a similar situation Outdoor activity days Art gallery Family meal Memorial service Workshops for parents and carers to understand the impact of loss and bereavement and how to support your child/young person Our team also holds workshops for school staff several times a year, to share techniques and strategies to support bereaved children. Pre-bereavement referrals are accepted when someone significant in a child/young person has a life-limiting progressive illness and they are struggling with it. Bereavement referrals are accepted from 6 weeks after the death. Professionals and parents can refer with the consent of the child/young person by completing one of the forms below. Young people can refer themselves if competent to do so. Yo-Yo Bereavement Referral Form Yo-Yo Bereavement Referral Form If you are a parent or professional who'd just like to talk to someone for guidance please give us a ring, you do not need to complete a referral form. For more information, please email email@example.com or call 01245 457416.