Bereavement

Talking Therapies (previously IAPT)

Talking Therapies is an NHS primary care service which offers a free and confidential service for people who are 18 + years of age.

Talking Therapies provides talking therapies for people who are experiencing:  panic attacks, depression, anxiety, excessive worry, social anxiety/shyness, phobias, post traumatic stress disorder, agoraphobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, health anxiety, stress, bereavement.

You can refer yourself by calling the telephone number below or if you prefer you can self refer online by visiting the website.

If you need help immediately, you can call the NELFT Mental Health Direct telephone helpline for help and advice, anytime of the day or night on 0300 555 1000.

 

  • Anyone who answers the phone can help

  • Church Elm Health Centre
    Church Elm Lane
    Dagenham
    RM10 9RR

  • 0300 300 1554 Option 3

  • bdiapt@nhs.net

  • Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

The Source Drop In

The Source is a charity run by Barking Churches Unite.  We are a drop in centre in Vicarage Fields Shopping Centre at Unit 37a on the first floor opposite the post office. 

We currently offer a buffet style lunch for those who are homeless or in need.  12-2 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

We also offer advice, help and support, a postal address, referrals to foodbank and night shelter.  These sessions are NOT offered during lunch time.

We run Peaced Together, an arts and craft based therapy group – places are limited, so need to be booked.

We have a Bereavement Support Group called Rebuild Sustain on the last Saturday of the month from 3pm – 5pm.

 

 

 

  • Anyone there can help you

  • 1st Floor, Vicarage Fields
    Barking

  • 020 8594 2404

  • thesourcebcu@gmail.com

  • We are open: 11-3 Monday, Tuesday and Friday. 11-2 on Wednesday and 12-3 on Saturday.

    We are closed on a Thursday except for appointments and specific special sessions.

    All the above times and sessions are subject to change.

West & Coe Funeral Directors

Losing someone you care about can be one of life’s most difficult experiences.  There are no easy answers and every situation is unique and people react in different ways.

As a family owned funeral directors, West & Coe believe we have an important responsibility to care for the bereaved, not just by offering support during the funeral, but afterwards as well, especially through the difficult days that may follow.

Our unique support group, HOPE, offers a combination of education and interaction in a safe & friendly environment, where your feelings and emotions will be respected.  It is not a counselling session, but together as a group, we will explore the bereavement process and work through it’s many emotions to help us cope with the adjustments to life in the future.

HOPE is a 6 week programme and free to those attending.

  • Anne Brooks or Dee O'Leary

  • 620 Rainham Road South
    Dagenham

    RM10 8YP

  • 020 8592 0164

  • mailbox@westcoe.co.uk

  • Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm