Trinity Medical Centre

1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT

Telephone: 01273 736030

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Bereavement and Loss/Support

Rethink – Help, information and support for all those affected by mental illness. Find out more

Cruse – Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people. Find out more

Marie Curie – If you want to talk to someone following a bereavement, we’re here for you. Whether your bereavement was expected, happened recently or was some time ago, we can help. We can also support you before your loved one dies. Find out more

Child Bereavement UK – provides support for anyone who has lost a child, and for children themselves who are bereaved. Find out more

BEAD (Bereaved through Alcohol and Drugs) – provides information and support for anyone bereaved through drug or alcohol use. Find out more 

Grief after bereavement or loss – Most people experience grief when they lose something or someone important to them. If these feelings are affecting your life, there are things you can try that may help.        Find out more


Sussex Trauma Recovery and Patient Engagement Group (STRIPE)

Sussex Trauma Recovery and Patient Engagement Group (STRIPE) is a group for trauma patients, their families and loved ones, providing a safe space to discuss experiences from your trauma journey. The group provides peer support, as well as an opportunity for you to share feedback directly to healthcare workers. Sharing your stories means we can improve care and outcomes for current and future sufferers of trauma related injury and illness. Healthcare workers can also discuss projects with you, to gain your perspective and advice.

The group also features guest speakers, providing education, advice and offers the chance for you to speak to them directly. Speakers include trauma psychologists, pain specialists, therapists, charities, other health care professionals and inspirational speakers, as well as an accredited psychotherapist who can offer additional advice and support.

You can choose to be involved as much or little as you like, depending on what suits you. You might just want to share your story or have a more regular role contributing to service improvement. We also have links with local research teams, with the opportunity for members to become involved in their work.

If you would like to get involved or get more information about STRIPE, please visit our website or email: