Manchester wellbeing screening programme
NHS emotional wellbeing screening
The NHS Manchester Resilience Hub has been set up in response to the Manchester Arena attack.
We are inviting everyone who has been affected by the attack to take part in a wellbeing screening programme by completing an online questionnaire. This will help us to identify people who need further help and assist us with future planning.
To take part in the screening programme, please complete the questionnaire that is right for your age group:
Those with children under 8 years old who have been affected should call the hub for advice.
It takes an average of 10 minutes to complete the questionnaire but you may wish to allow yourself more time if you find it difficult to think about your emotions at the moment. You may want to allow 20 minutes if completing it with a child. If you’d like help to complete the questionnaire please get in touch via phone or email.
Even if you feel you are already getting the support you need, we hope you will complete the screening questionnaire. It is also open to any of your family members and supporters who may also have been affected. Please do share this information with them, as they may not be known to us at this time.
We will be conducting the screening programme at four different intervals – August 2017, November 2017, February 2018 and May 2018, when we will ask everyone to complete the questionnaire again. You can opt out at any time. This is because people react to traumatic events in different ways, so it is a good idea to regularly review how you are coping.
Get in touch
If you have any questions, please get in touch with the hub via:
- Phone: 03330 095 071
- Email GM.firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening times are Monday to Friday, 9am -5pm.