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The following organisations are coordinating information and support services to help all of those affected by the attack.

Manchester City Council
The Council is coordinating the recovery activity following the attack, focusing on the welfare and health of those affected and supporting community cohesion.

NHS Manchester Resilience Hub
The hub is a service hosted by Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, working in partnership with other NHS and voluntary sector agencies. Their staff are trained mental health professionals who are experts at helping people who have experienced a traumatic event.

Manchester Attack Support
The service is for people affected by the Manchester Arena attack, funded by the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and hosted by the Centre for Collective Trauma.  The group connects individuals to sources of information and support including dedicated Manchester attack peer support groups, as well as other tailored help.

The British Red Cross
The British Red Cross helps millions of people in the UK and around the world to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies, disasters and conflicts. Their volunteers and staff help people in crisis to live independently by providing support at home, mobility aids and transport. They also teach first aid skills, are part of the global Red Cross and Red Crescent humanitarian network and refuse to ignore people in crisis.

They have been providing ongoing practical, emotional and psychosocial support following the attacks and were a partner in the launch of the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

Survivors Assistance Network
The Survivors Assistance Network (SAN) is a free confidential specialist service for all British victims of terrorism and political violence whether experienced at home or abroad.

SAN is a service provided by the registered charity ‘Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation’.

They are funded by the Ministry of Justice and provide free practical and emotional support. At SAN they understand what you have experienced may have changed your life forever and can support you to make the transition from victim to survivor and to cope and recover.

Victim Support
Victim Support is a national charity commissioned in Manchester to provide support to all victims of crime, providing confidential support to help people to cope and recover from any incident that they have been affected by.

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