Just ‘B’ offers expert emotional wellbeing and bereavement support to children, young people and adults across the communities of North Yorkshire, as well as specialist support regionally and nationally.
We are responsive to people’s faith, individuality, culture and community, and our bereavement support service is suitable for people experiencing any type of bereavement, including suicide, road traffic accident or terminal illness.
As well as 1-1 emotional wellbeing and bereavement support, we offer information and advice for professionals.
Bereavement is a normal and natural response to death and most people who experience it come through safely with the help of family and friends. But for some, who experience more complicated grief, they may need professional support. Bottled up, these emotions can have damaging psychological, emotional and physical consequences for individuals, their families and society as a whole.
As well as 1-1 emotional wellbeing and bereavement support, we offer information and advice for professionals. Our bereavement support service is suitable for people experiencing any type of bereavement, including suicide, road traffic accident or terminal illness.Access support
The Just 'B' Hear to Help line provides support and advice to those who are feeling anxious or struggling with their emotional wellbeing.
Hear to Help is available to children, young people and adults across the Harrogate District, Hambleton, and Richmondshire, seven days a week between 8am-8pm.
* Calls are charged at local rates and may vary dependent on time of day and or even be included within your call package. Please visit Ofcom for further details https://bit.ly/localcallcharges.
Just ‘B’ offers an immediate response to support school communities and families following the sudden death of a teacher or student.
We also work with primary and secondary schools across the district, offering specialist emotional wellbeing support to students as part of a bespoke package.
All referrals to Just ‘B’ Schools Service have to be received from the school directly.
If you feel that you would like your child to access this service, or are a young person seeking your own support, please contact your school for further information.Find out more