The sharing of hurt is the beginning of healing

Monthly Support Meetings

Please see our Meetings page

Befriending

Someone to talk to when you want to talk, who will understand how you are feeling because they have been there, and who will listen for as long as you wish to talk

Home Visits

Many newly bereaved parents feel more comfortable talking in their own home, and this can be arranged

Telephone Support

Befrienders are available for telephone support

Baby Trace

In some cases where a baby was buried some time ago but the parents were not told where, we may be able to locate the baby for more information on this service please contact the office

Information

Various leaflets, books and videos are all available from our collection.  We can also find out more detailed information with our contacts at National Sands and University Hospital (Crosshouse), if you have a specific question

Newsletters

Sent out around 4 times a year with details of events, anniversaries, poems etc.

Long Ago Bereaved

We offer support no matter how long ago your loss occurred. There are befrienders who are long ago bereaved themselves and understand the way you are feeling

Office

Our office is open during the week at different times, if you would like to come up for a chat and a coffee, please call to arrange a time, there is an answering machine that is checked daily and all calls will be returned as soon as possible

Committee Members 2015/6

CHAIR - Marion Boyd
VICE CHAIR - Viviene Gaffney
TREASURER - Alison McNeil 
BEFRIENDER CO-ORDINATOR - Eileen Brooker

COMMUNICATIONS - Hayley Boyd
WEBSIRE - Sarah Speirs
FUNDRAISING - Stephanie Frearson, Elaine Martin & Jennifer Stamp

ORDINARY MEMBERS

Dawn Slider

Mary Wardrop

Heather Reilly

Ricky Boyd

Necole Martin-Holmes