London Bridge incident support
Get support, information and advice if you've been affected by the events in London Bridge and Borough Market
Many people can be affected by traumatic events; and supporting survivors of, and people bereaved through terrorism, is vital. It can be in the days, weeks or even months afterwards the emotional impact of witnessing or being affected by a terrorist incident can be felt.
If you've been affected by the recent terrorist attacks in London Bridge and Borough Market there are a number of support services that can help you:
- Victim Support offers emotional and practical support. Call freephone 24/7 on 0808 168 9111 or visit www.victimsupport.org.uk
- Victims’ Information Service helps victims of crime to get information on local support available. Call freephone on 0808 168 9293 or visit www.victimsinformationservice.org.uk
- The NHS can help people deal with the effects of distressing events. Visit your GP or www.nhs.uk for advice.
- To support children and young people you can call the NSPCC helpline on 0808 800 5000 or visit www.nspcc.org.uk
More information about support services is available from GOV.UK
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Last updated: 11 September 2017