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This listing aims to give an overview of health services available to those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. This could include: advice on health and injury issues; grief and emotional support; free alternative medicine; free optician services.
The NHS Grenfell Tower Fire Response Group runs the NHS offer for people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. It is made up of NHS commissioners and providers and clinicians including: NHS West London Clinical Commissioning Group Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL) Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust The group works …
A childcare room is open daily at The Curve so that young people and families can enjoy film screenings, child entertainers, and art therapy —————- The Grenfell Assistance Centre is hosted at The Curve, 10 Bard Road, W10 6TP. From gov.uk: “The Grenfell Fire Response team are currently responding to what the community are telling them …
We run activities and services across the borough and have worked with a number of organisations within the borough including Westway, NHS, Octavia, Catalyst Housing, Notting Hill Housing, Venture Centre and more. We offer: Access to Holistic Health and Wellbeing services including Mentoring, Therapies Services specifically targeted at people of African and Caribbean Decent Specialise …
An anthology of short stories to aid PTSD related needs of survivors of the Grenfell tower fire and Trauma Response Network. Please pledge to make this book happen.  All supporters get their name printed in every edition of the book. On the night of 14th June 2017, a fire engulfed the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in west …
Complementary Support Teams UK (CST-UK) has been set up by Jane Lawson, of ‘Natural Approach School and Therapies’ in Gloucestershire. Firstly set up to respond to Grenfell, it is building momentum and hopes to be able to have enough volunteers to be able to continue to respond to other UK disasters, nationwide. It’s a charity …
PHE publishes weekly air quality reports online, which collect data from around the site of Grenfell Tower. These reports continue to show low levels of air pollution. Dr Deborah Turbitt, health protection director for PHE in London, said: “The risk to people’s health from air pollution around the Grenfell Tower site continues to be low. …
We really want you to contact us if you have a health worry. We’re here to help you and your children access emotional, health and wellbeing and urgent mental health support. These services are free and confidential. Walk in service at The Curve We run a walk in service at The Curve, 4 Bard Road, …
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 …
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 …