Liverpool Bereavement Service are delighted to announce the launch of their new website. We felt that our online presence needed a freshen-up and we wanted to showcase the work that we do more effectively.
Having a good, clear website is important to us as it is the first port of call for a lot of people who may need to access our services. It needs to be easy to find out what we do and how we can help.
It is also important for us to be able to show testimonials from people we have helped, these can offer hope to people who have been bereaved that there is light at the end of the tunnel and while life will never be the same there is a way to move forward.
We have a dedicated space for our children’s service, Oakleaf, where you can find out how we can help to counsel children through the grieving process. We have also included another dedicated space for our baby and child loss services. This is a vital service, and we work to support the services provided by the Honeysuckle team at Liverpool Women’s Hospital. It is a privilege to be able to provide this service to the parents and grandparents throughout Merseyside who have lost children.
Our website is also a tool to enable to raise much needed funds. Liverpool Bereavement Service is a charity and we rely on the generosity of the public to ensure we can continue to provide our service. The site has the ability to make a donation directly to us as well as providing you with a range of fundraising ideas you could try out.
We are very pleased to be able to say that we are going to continue with our telephone & Zoom counselling service. This service started because of the COVID pandemic and the logistical problems this created, we could not offer a face-to-face service, but we knew that people still needed our help. Telephone & Zoom counselling allowed us to reach the people who needed support during a very difficult time. We are keeping the service going because we know that there are people in our region who are unable to access in person due to a number of reasons, and to be an inclusive service we must try to reach people in a way that they can access. It has proven to be an invaluable lifeline for many.
We hope that you will take the time to explore the site and learn about our services and how you can help to support us.