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Family Support and Bereavement care

Our team have skills and experience in health, social work, counselling and chaplaincy, offering a wide range of services. These include:

  • Practical support around benefits, finance, etc.
  • Assisting, if necessary, in arranging care services and support when patients go home from the Hospice.
  • Offering social, emotional and spiritual support to patients and their relatives.

Our dedicated team will also provide more general advice and assistance, including:

  • Making the time and space for you to talk with someone in private who will listen to your concerns.
  • Give you the opportunity to express your thoughts and feelings without judgement.
  • Help you to make sense of the things that are worrying you.
  • Offer practical suggestions that could help you to make decisions.
  • Assist you to make plans about things that are important to you.
  • Work with you while you adjust to changes happening in your life.


Day Services

New programme to follow shortly.


Children and Young People’s Service

St. Vincent’s Hospice is one of the few places to offer a dedicated bereavement support service specifically tailored towards helping children and young people (aged 2-18) cope with the loss of a loved one.

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