If you specialise in supporting people who have been suddenly and violently bereaved, then Brake would like to work with you.
Brake believes that victims of sudden and violent death deserve immediate support to help them through the initial shock period, and that many of these victims need on-going support in the form of expert talk-based therapy if their shock symptoms have not subsided after a couple of months.
Find out about training we are running on supporting suddenly bereaved people, and join Brake's Sudden Death Forum, helping you provide the best possible support to people who have been traumatically bereaved.
Could you, within your professional remit, provide some time free of charge to help someone recently bereaved by road death in your community? We are seeking people who can provide supportive house visits to recently bereaved road death victims. We are not asking you to provide therapy or counselling; rather strong empathetic support during the shock period, to help families cope during their darkest hour.
If you think you could help, call our helpline on 0845 603 8570.
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