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Help and Support from the NHS

The Manchester Resilience Hub:

The Manchester attack might have affected your mental wellbeing. We want to make  sure you and your family can get the support you need.

The Manchester Resilience Hub is an enhanced NHS mental health service set up to specifically help people who have been affected by the Manchester Arena attack.

Anyone can contact the hub if they:

  • have  been directly affected by the incident.
  • have a family member who was affected.
  • Were working at the Arena that night, either as staff, at the station, or an emergency responder.

Contact them for help:

Emotional wellbeing screening:

The Hub is planning a screening programme to invite people to complete an online screening questionnaire at 3, 6, 9 and 12 months after the attack.

Because people respond to trauma in different ways, we want to keep checking in to make sure people are OK, or are getting the help they need.

Further details will be provided in due course.

You can also get help and support from: