Get support locally
Get support locally
When someone you love is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, it changes everything. Wherever you live, Hope can support you if you’re aged 5-25 and a loved one is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. If you’re in Herefordshire, you may be able to access additional services. Read on for details!
As things are starting to get back to normal we have restarted our in-person support and activities at venues across the county. This can change so please give us a call to get the latest information.
Hope’s Support Team is here for just that. However you’re feeling, whether it’s a good day or a not-so-good day, they’re always there with a friendly, listening ear.
Get started with our Support Team; mail us today!
Hope on the Road
You will have realised by now that we’re not a sit-around-being-boring kind of group! We’re always out and about getting up to random stuff, from paintballing to cooking to our annual residential. If you live in Herefordshire and would like to come along on our Hope on the Road trips it would be great to hear from you.
Much like our trips, Hope youth sessions give you the chance to meet other young people going through the same thing. There’s always something exciting going on and there’s always someone around for a quiet chat if you need it too.
Hope at St. Michael’s
Hope is working at St Michael’s Hospice, Herefordshire to provide support to young family members of patients accessing any of the Hospice’s services.
At St Michael’s we offer youth sessions and activities where children and young people can chat to our professional team, and meet others going through a similar situation.Discover the service ›
Get in touch today!
If you’re between 5 and 25 in the Herefordshire area and facing a family health crisis, please get in touch by mail or phone. You don’t have to go through it alone.
Please see our Staying Safe Face-to-Face guidelines if you’re interested in youth sessions.