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Is there any help out there?

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HedgehogsDontBite Wed 07-Jan-15 14:29:09

Last year my friend lost her beautiful baby. Her pregnancy all went fine but complications during labour meant her little one didn't make it sad . She isn't coping well at all and she has been referred for couselling by her GP. Sadly I feel that the NHS is failing her, she's been on the waiting list for 7 months now with no appiontment in sight. I wondered if there were other ways she could get the help she needs? Are there any organisations or charities out there which offer help to bereaved parents?

juneau Wed 07-Jan-15 16:49:50

How very sad for her. I think the best charity to approach would probably be SANDS (the stillbirth and neonatal death charity). I hope she's able to get some help:

HedgehogsDontBite Wed 07-Jan-15 18:22:00

That's just what I was after. Thank you.

cathpip Wed 07-Jan-15 18:29:35

Local hospices tend to have bereavement charities attached to them which you can self refer too. Also if you are able to pay there are a number of private counselling services available, her local health visitor should be able to recommend one, my dh pays £45 an hour, we are in Yorkshie.

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