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Support for people affected by the Manchester Arena attack, 22 May 2017

If you have been affected by events at the Manchester Arena last year, support is available.

If you are worried about your emotional or mental health, or that of someone else, as a result of the attack, there are things you can do that might help.

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.

You can contact the hub if you:

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

Contact the Manchester Resilience Hub for help at:
Email – gm.help@nhs.net
Visit – www.penninecare.nhs.uk/mcrhub

There is also a Manchester Attack Support  website which gives further information about support available.

NHS support

The NHS can also help in many ways.

You and your family can:

You may find this NHS advice leaflet helpful coping with stress following a major incident.


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Lindsay Kirby
0161 212 4819


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Rick Whitehead
0161 212 4956


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