Bereavement Information Hubs

Bereavement Information Hubs are part of Compton Care’s Compassionate Communities approach – encouraging people to support one another by creating supportive environments which reduce isolation and improve the health and well-being of members of the community. Bereavement Information Hubs are run by trained volunteers and offer the chance for you to express your feelings and share experiences in an informal environment with others who are experiencing loss and grief.  The hubs are also a great space where you can access information about other services that you may find useful.

Bereavement Information Hubs are free to attend but please contact them beforehand. This helps the provider to make their event Covid secure.

Virtual Bereavement Information Hub

Facilitated by Compton Care the hub aims to support any adult experiencing a bereavement.

When: 10-11.30am Thursdays

Where: Online (Zoom)

To join visit: Compton Care

Young People’s Bereavement Information Hub

For people age 9 to 18 years

Where: Online (Zoom)

When: 2-4pm fortnightly on Saturdays

How to join: Telephone The What? Centre:  01384 379992


For more information click here

For more information about all the hubs contact Compton Care’s Community Engagement Coordinator

01902 774586

Compton Care have produced some guides to help you understand many elements of grief. They are available in English, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu. Click on the relevant links to find out more:

What is Grief Like; Supporting Friends and Family; Grief and Covid-19; Coping with Grief; Grief and Children; Grief and Young People; Bereavement During Covid-19.

Additional support for bereavement is also available:

  • Dudley Listening and Guidance Service offers up to four supportive phone calls – call your GP surgery and ask to be referred to Listening and Guidance.
  • Mary Stevens Hospice provides a telephone support line for bereavement 01384 445417.
  • Grief Chat can connect you to an online counsellor.