Grenfell Health & Wellbeing Service is a free and confidential NHS service for children and adults who were affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. We provide a range of psychological therapies and support to help you feel better if you or your children are feeling traumatised, unable to sleep, having memories or pictures of the event unexpectedly popping into your mind, or feeling anxious, stressed or worried. You can self refer below.
What does self refer mean?
Self refer is where you sign up to receive the help and support you want and need. You can sign up by clicking on the self refer button and filling in and submitting the form. This is the most direct way of referring in, if you’d prefer to speak to your GP about your needs first, you can – it’s completely up to you.
What happens next?
Once we have received your form we will give you a call to talk about your needs; this usually happens within three working days of us receiving and processing your form. We will then offer an appointment within a week of contacting you if you require ongoing support from the service.
We are not able to provide immediate support in an emergency. If you require urgent help please contact your GP or your local Accident & Emergency Department, or outside office hours call the Urgent Advice Line on 0800 0234 650.
If you have a history of serious mental health issues, it is possible that we are not best suited to help and may need to discuss this further with you and suggest you speak to your GP for further advice.
Through completing this form you are consenting to have this information stored confidentially on a secure database, separate from your GP’s system and for your GP to be informed of your contact with us. There is an amnesty on people supplying their details to access support services following the Grenfell Fire. Your details will NOT be passed on to any other agencies.