Shetland Bereavement Support Service works with local and national service providers, funders and with the local community to promote awareness and good practice in bereavement care in Shetland by providing information, training and education. Through specially trained volunteers they seek to offer accessible and sustainable support to any individual in Shetland who is experiencing a bereavement with the aim that no one in Shetland finds themselves alone and struggling with their grief.
Shetland Bereavement Support Service aims to support anyone in Shetland experiencing a bereavement – that includes children and young adults. SBSS has support workers who have received specialist training in supporting bereaved children and young adults.
If you feel your child would benefit from accessing our service, please make a self referral.