A Child Of Mine

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A Child of Mine is a registered charity supporting families across Staffordshire and UK and working alongside healthcare professionals when a child has died. We are a small charity but work passionately to deliver services locally for families who have lost a child at any age or circumstance.

We provide confidential support, information, guidance and a listening ear after the death of a child. We also provide groups for both younger and older children who have suffered the loss of a sibling and for parents who can meet others who have been through the same journey.  

For families outside of Staffordshire/Midlands we can offer phone/email emotional support or skype/facetime and provide signposting to other charities/organisations in your area.

We are starting to make a huge impact to the lives of bereaved families by increasing wellbeing, improving emotional health and by providing access to much needed information, guidance and emotional support. We work closely with healthcare professionals and the major children’s hospitals across the country including Alder Hey, Great Ormond Street, Birmingham and Manchester. We educate on the needs and experiences of bereaved parents which helps to improve the care they give in the future.

We are passionate about making a difference to bereaved families and providing them with as much support as possible during the dark days that lie ahead.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Gayle Routledge
Contact Position
Chief Executive
Telephone
07803 751 229 07803 751 229
E-mail
hello@achildofmine.org.uk
Website
www.achildofmine.org.uk
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Where to go

Name
The HUB
Address
17, Eastgate Street
Stafford
Staffordshire
Postcode
ST16 2LZ
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Notes

This is A Child Of Mine's registered office.  The building is run by a local voluntary services group and only open to the public 9-5 Monday - Friday.

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Availability

Referral not required

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