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01423 814 480 (adults)
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Emotional wellbeing and bereavement support

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.

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.

We are responsive to people’s faith, individuality, culture and community.

Just ‘B’ is one of a range of services offered by North Yorkshire Hospice Care, a registered charity helping people to live with terminal illness and bereavement. This includes Saint Michael’s Hospice, which works across the Harrogate District, and Herriot Hospice Homecare, which serves the communities of Hambleton and Richmondshire.

We rely on financial contributions from individuals, companies and organisations to be able to deliver our care and support. This care is provided at no cost to people using our services. Our ability to help people who are bereaved and the professionals who care for them depends heavily on the generosity of the public.

Working with Just ‘B’

Working or volunteering with Just ‘B’ allows you to make use of your skills and experience in a rewarding and meaningful role, providing emotional wellbeing and bereavement support to children, young people and adults across North Yorkshire.

Click here to view our latest vacancies. To find out more about volunteering with our organisation in the Harrogate district, click here. For Hambleton and Richmondshire, click here.

Safeguarding statement


At North Yorkshire Hospice Care

We believe that –


  • Children, young people and adults should never experience abuse of any kind.


  • Every member of our organisation has a responsibility to promote the welfare of all who encounter our services.

We aim –

  • To keep people safe and to operate our services in a way that protects them.


  • To make reporting concerns as easy as possible and respond quickly


  • To listen to all worries and work in partnership with individuals and agencies.


All our staff and volunteers receive annual training on both adults and children/young peoples safeguarding.

To view our safeguarding policies, click the links below:

Please contact safeguarding@herriothh.org.uk for more information.