Health and wellbeing Advice and support following the Manchester terror attack

Public advice and support

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

Following the terror attack at Manchester Arena in 2017 which tragically killed 22 people and injured many more, work has been underway across Greater Manchester and beyond to provide immediate care, treatment and support to all those affected.

The families of those who lost their lives, people who suffered injuries and others affected by this will continue to be supported by a range of public and voluntary services, over the coming weeks and months.

We are coordinating information, support services and working alongside the Police, NHS, councils, charities, voluntary organisations and the fire service in taking this forward.

The terror attack has affected people in many different ways. Help is available, no matter what your circumstances, if you or someone you know needs it.

Visit the Greater Manchester Resilience Hub  for help and support.

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