JBCS is committed to ensuring that professional, skilled and confidential bereavement counselling is available to everyone in the Jewish Community. You will asked to make a contribution towards your counselling. No one is turned away for financial reasons. Our counsellors understand the specific issues raised by bereavement within a Jewish context. A Jewish service can be sensitive, aware and knowledgeable about social, cultural and religious needs. Anyone struggling or having difficulties managing after the death of a significant person in their lives can contact us, and we will work with non-Jewish partners. Our counsellors, who have comprehensive training and knowledge in the issues of grief and loss: See adults and children individually, families, couples and groups. See people at all stages of life, from childhood to old age. Have experience in supporting people affected by loss, including suicide, disaster, holocaust issues, sudden infant death, miscarriages, still birth and abortion. See people from the entire spectrum of Jewish practice and observance.