Manchester City Council

Finsbury Park attack

Manchester is sharing its sympathy and our thoughts are with everyone affected by the Finsbury Park attack, especially those who have lost a loved one or been injured and traumatised.

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Health & wellbeing Public advice and support

If you are directly affected and need immediate help or support call Victim Support Helpline on 08081689111

As well as providing urgent medical support to those affected in the past few days, mental health services in the city are ready to support people directly affected by the devastating attack. In coming weeks they and our voluntary sector colleagues will be providing invaluable help to communities.

The NHS has information on support for children, young people and their families.

There is also generic information and advice from the government for people who were affected by the incident.

For anyone wanting to get more involved in their community, volunteering organisation Manchester Community Central has a website for finding support services, information and everything you need to know about Manchester's voluntary and community sector.

The Volunteer Centre Manchester has details of information, support and training for Manchester residents who want to volunteer and Manchester based organisations who want to recruit volunteers or need advice.

If you need to talk about how you are feeling, Samaritans is a safe place for you to talk any time you like, in your own way - about whatever's getting to you. You can also call them for free on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org.

Was your business affected by these events, or do you want help to reduce the impact of any future events, if so our Manchester Business Continuity Forum can help.

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