Solihull Bereavement Counselling Service (SBCS) was established in 1987 and has a team of dedicated professionals and trained volunteers who provide a sensitive service for people living or working in Solihull.
People who use the Service may have lost a baby or have experienced the death of a partner, parent, child, relation or colleague in many different circumstances. The death may have been caused by illness, accident, suicide, murder, war or natural causes.
Their purpose is to help bereaved people to come to terms with their grief in the way most appropriate to them, and to help identify ways of moving on with their lives. The service is confidential, and they work individually with adults over the age of 16.