Mental Wellbeing Advice Manchester Terror Attack
Mental wellbeing advice following the Manchester Arena Incident
This guidance, prepared by colleagues from agencies across Greater Manchester, is aimed at anyone exposed to the incident at Manchester Arena that took place on 22 May 2017. The emotional effects will be felt by survivors, bereaved families, friends, emergency services, health care workers and the general public. If you witnessed or lost someone in the attack you will most certainly have a strong reaction. Reactions are likely to be strongest in those closest to the incident, who directly witnessed the aftermath and who were involved in the immediate care of victims.
Safeguarding Children and Families following a Terrorist Attack and/or Incident
In addition to the above guidance, Greater Manchester Police has produced a guidance document entitled Safeguarding Children and Families following a Terrorist Attack and/or Incident.
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