Brake in the UK campaigns to prevent death and injury on the roads and also supports people who are bereaved or affected by serious injury in a road crash.
The Brake helpline supports anyone bereaved or seriously injured through a road crash, whether the crash happened recently or a long time ago. It is also for professionals who need information about how to help people affected by a crash. Support provided includes emotional support, practical and procedural advice, accessing specialist services like legal advice or counselling, advocacy and signposting to other appropriate agencies.
Brake's online support guides are current, well-written and easy to understand and explains the many practical, procedural and emotional issues families can face after the death or serious injury of a loved one.
Where to go
- HD1 2XZ
Time / Date Details
- Daily Session Times
The helpline is open Monday to Friday
10 a.m to 4 p.m
(opening times can occasionally vary due to staff training.)
- Age Information
- Any age group
- Age Ranges
19 to 25 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 18 years
5 to 10 years
- Venue Facilities
Non-gravel car park
Disabled access - partly accessible
Disabled access - fully accessible
Accessible fire evacuation process
Attended disability training in the last two years
Can produce materials in alternative formats
Induction loop available
Aims to offer accessible activities
Aims to accommodate the needs of individuals
Last updated by provider: 19/05/2017
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