Support for affected persons is available through the Manchester Resilience Hub, based in Greater Manchester.

GM.help@nhs.net / 03330 095 071

Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
225 Old Street
Ashton-under-Lyne
Lancashire
OL6 7SR

More information on the services available can be found on the Resilience Hub’s website: https://www.penninecare.nhs.uk/mcrhub

The Resilience Hub was set up in response to the Manchester Arena Attack in 2017 to co-ordinate care and support for thousands of children, young people and adults whose mental health and/or emotional wellbeing was affected.  Their staff also supported people affected by the attack in Manchester on 31 January 2018 (New Year’s Eve). The Resilience Hub provides 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. The Resilience Hub is based in Greater Manchester but support everyone who was affected, wherever you may live.

The Hub is for:

  • Everyone who has been directly affected by the incident
  • Family members who have been affected
  • Professionals who have been affected
  • Professionals seeking clinical advice about their service users