Organisations > Emotional support

This listing aims to give an overview of emotional support available for those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.
  • One to one support
  • Trauma counselling
  • NHS
  • Local support groups
  • Holistic therapy
  • Bereavement therapy
A therapeutic centre is open at Claire Gardens Children’s Centre, 349 Westbourne Park Road, London, W11 1EG from 9.30am to 5.30pm from Monday to Friday. Every weekday there will be a different therapist on site, with therapies across the week including Reiki, Indian head massage, massage and reflexology. More types of treatment will be added …
MISSION STATEMENT The mission of The Independent Volunteer Network is a service that supports the living and well being of families, survivors and those affected by the Grenfell Fire tragedy. We are a not for profit organisation who initially seek to accomplish the rehousing of those affected by the fire. Our volunteer network provides help …
Healing Minds is a community consortia of Kensington and Chelsea counselling organisations who have come together to support our community after affected the tragic events at Grenfell Tower. The consortia originated out of a partnership formed between Kensington and Chelsea Mind, Help Advisory Counselling Service and CRUSE and has now expanded into our current membership. …
11 August 2017 Our Outreach Team continues to work extremely hard to provide a wide range of psychological and emotional support to those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Since the incident we’ve: knocked on 2,200 doors in the buildings, both flats and housing, close to the Grenfell Tower and talked to 2,000 people to …
Drop in for a cup of tea and a chat every day at 2pm. Grenfell residents are welcome to pick up essentials from the Village. The Village ran a summer 2017 programme, information here.
Grenfell outreach project providing: multilingual emotional support Tai chi Massage
Art Therapy is a psychological therapy involving both verbal communication and communication through art and play. The sessions provide a private, non-judgmental space in which children, adolescents and adults can express and process their feelings and experiences. The use of art to contain the things so hard to make sense of has been fundamental to …
A dedicated support service for ALL those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, including evacuees from surrounding areas. Call the GMRU (020 3670 6004) for support with cash grants, supplies, therapists/doctors/translators, legal help, meals, emergency accommodation and burials. August 2017: Release of grants to former residents of Grenfell Tower [PDF].
Grenfell Hope Project is a large group of volunteers committed to building a resilient community following the fire disaster that happened on 14th of June, 2017 in West London. We will not replicate any work but rather fill in the gaps in disaster response, relief and recovery as the efforts continue. We provide basic psychosocial …
We are offering support to those affected by the fire and the wider community. The church is open for prayer and practical assistance between 9am and 7pm. Collecting for and donating money to Grenfell families. We have collected many tonnes of used clothes and toiletries which we are currently processing. Three tonnes of donated food has …