The NHS is here to support the Grenfell community ahead of the Phase 1 Inquiry report being released.
The report, which will look at what happened on the night of Grenfell, will be published on Wednesday 30 October, but people who took part in the Inquiry will receive it on Monday ‘under strict embargo.’
We are aware that people are concerned that the release of the report may increase their levels of anxiety, worry and overall distress.
Support for inquiry participants, bereaved and survivors on Monday
Through the NHS Grenfell Dedicated Service, we will be with survivors and the bereaved, on hand to provide support as they receive the report on Monday. We will have therapists providing on-site support at the site of the briefing as well at the Friends and Family Assistance Centre at 17 Old Court Place, W8.
On-site community support before and after report is released
The report will be released to the public on Wednesday, and may be covered in the media.
Our staff will be at different Grenfell community bases on Wednesday, ready to support you. If you feel upset, or would like to speak to someone, please approach one of our staff who will be wearing their NHS badges and green Grenfell Health and Wellbeing hoodies. You can drop in anytime you like or look out for one of our staff.
On Wednesday 30 October you can find us at:
• Notting Hill Methodist Church
• Around the community in our signature green hoodies
You can also reach us by:
- Speaking to your NHS therapist (if you are seeing or have seen someone)
- Emailing us – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Referring yourself via our website www.grenfellwellbeing.com
- Calling us direct on 020 8962 4393 from 9am to 8pm, and 10pm to 7am
- Ask your legal team to contact us
This is a free and confidential NHS service for the community.
For live updates please visit our Twitter account @GrenfellNHS
Other non NHS support available
SHOUT – Anyone going through a crisis and needing support can text Shout to 85258
Samaritans – Call 116 123 (free, 24/7 confidential support)