|Interested in attending a group?
Once registered, one of our volunteers will try to call you as soon as possible to give you all the information you need to help you decide if the groups are right for you. The call may come through on a blocked or withheld number.
If we are unable to contact you after three attempts, we will email you asking you to confirm the best number and time to call you. If we do not hear from you within four weeks of the date of our email we will remove your details from our system. Naturally if you still wish to participate in Facing the Future, you are welcome to register your interest again.
*** We have had a lot of registrations recently and our volunteers are doing their best to get in touch and speak to everyone as quickly as possible. However, at present, this is taking longer than we would like. Please bear with us and we hope to speak to you as soon as possible. ***
If you need some more immediate support then please do not hesitate to call either Samaritans or Cruse on their free helpline numbers detailed below.
Samaritans has launched a free to call number - 116 123 - for people who are struggling to cope. This number is free from both landlines and mobiles and is available round the clock, every single day of the year.
The Cruse Bereavement Care National Helpline is open for information, advice and emotional support, from 9.30am to 5pm Monday and Friday and 9.30am to 8pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The number is 0808 808 1677 and is free to call.
Help is at Hand is a guide that provides people affected by suicide with both emotional and practical support
The importance of the first session
At the first session participants will meet each other and the facilitators for the first time. It can be disruptive to the group if a new group member joins at a later stage, therefore it is a condition of the group that participants must attend the first session. Please consider this discussing the group dates during your call with our volunteer.
|All fields marked with an * are mandatory.|