Our staff also supported people affected by the attack in Manchester on 31 December 2018 (New Year's Eve), and the Arndale stabbings on 11 October 2019.
We provide a central point for mental health advice and support. Where one-to-one therapy is needed, clinicians work with other organisations across the country to help you receive care from services close to where you live.
We are based in Greater Manchester but support everyone who was affected, wherever you may live.
The Manchester attacks were traumatic events which we know can cause severe emotional shock. We can offer phone-based advice, support and information and make calls on your behalf if you are struggling to get the help you need.
We are inviting everyone who has been affected by the attack to take part in a wellbeing screening programme, to identify those who need further help and assist us with future planning. Click here for more information.
The hub is open throughout the Manchester Arena inquiry, from Monday to Thursday 9am until 5pm and on a Friday from 9am until 1pm.
Please do contact us, by phone on 0333 009 5071 or by email GM.firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like any emotional wellbeing support.
The Manchester Arena attack was a traumatic event and the impact can be powerfully felt, particularly during legal proceedings.
Here are some resources which you may find helpful:
For more information about the inquiry please go to their website: www.manchesterarenainquiry.org.uk
You can contact us by phone or email:
Phone: 03330 095 071
Opening times are:
If we are unable to answer your call immediately, you will have the option of leaving a message and we will call you back as soon as possible. You can also leave a message outside of our opening hours on this number.
The service is hosted by Pennine Care in partnership with Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and Northwest Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Our staff are trained mental health professionals who are experts at working with people who have experienced a traumatic event. They will be able to talk with you about how you are doing and whether you may benefit from more help.
Please take a look at our public information page for more background information.
You can also watch this short video:
A website with lots of information about support after the Manchester Arena Attack is now available at manchesterattacksupport.org.uk
Several of our clinicians at the hub are considered leading experts in responding quickly and effectively to offer the right support to people affected by a traumatic event.
They are regularly approach by local, regional, national and even international media and clinical publications to share their knowledge and expertise.
Here are some published news stories and journal articles: