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Suicide Bereavement Support Group

The group is open to all adults who have experienced bereavement by suicide, no matter what your relationship to the person who has died, or how long since the bereavement.

The group will provide an opportunity to meet and talk to other people who have experienced a similar loss.

No appointment is needed, just turn up at the address below, on the times and dates specified.

Address:
Springhill Hospice, Broad Lane, Rochdale, OL16 4PZ
Umbrella org:
Springhill Hospice
Contact name:
Psychological Support Team
Telephone:
01706 649920
Opening times:
First Saturday of each month from 10.30am till 12.00pm
Sector:
Public

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