Cruse Bereavement Support has a helpline and chat, which you can contact for free, and they have local services with support groups.
The National Bereavement Partnership also has a helpline.
At a Loss provides access to a bereavement counsellor via a livechat.
The Dove Service is a local organisation based in Hanley.
You can also access more generalised support on campus for your mental health. The University has a free counselling service on campus, which is still operating remotely. You can visit the Counselling webpage for information about their service, how to contact them, and for some great self-help resources.
Keele students also access the Health Assured Student Assistance Programme (SAP). This service offers students access to support via a 24 hour confidential helpline, the ‘My Healthy Advantage’ app, and online portal too. The services include mental health support from trained counsellors and advisors who are ready to listen and provide help on issues including emotional and physical health, mental health, counselling, relationships, managing stress and anxiety, money issues, and legal information. More information about Health Assured is on the Keele website.