Emotional welfare

Update 16th July 2017

  • For NHS mental health support services, as well as information and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, call or email on the details below.

0800 0234 650 | cnw-tr.spa@nhs.net

 

  •  Do you need to see a doctor? Doctors of the World are providing free and confidential support for those affected by Grenfell fire. They have over ten years’ experience of working with undocumented migrants. They will never talk to the Home Office about you.

At the drop-in clinic you can:

  • Consult with a medical professional and a support worker
  • Get help to understand how you can access the NHS safely
  • Get help applying for free prescriptions, eye tests and dental care

You don’t need to bring any documents to see their GP or nurse.

07732 067 445 | Fridays from 10:00 – 12:00 | Clinic at: North Kensington Law Centre, Baseline Studios, Whitchurch Road, W11 4AT

 

 

Free for all the community! Acklam Village, Portobello Road, W10 5TY @grenfellhealingzone

NHS Mental Health Support and Psychological Therapy  Those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, either directly or indirectly, and in need of mental health support or psychological therapy can call the dedicated NHS response service number below where people can get access to mental health support services as well as information and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days per year.

0800 0234 650 | cnw-tr.spa@nhs.net

You can also find guidance on the GOV.UK website.

Grove Day Service  If you would like a safe and comfortable place to relax, the Grove Day Service is open to all those in the community affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. The friendly experienced staff team are available for you to listen and help you get through this difficult time. It’s open every Monday – Saturday, 10:00 – 16:00.

020 7 221 0052 |The Grove Resource Centre, 1 – 9 St Marks Road, W11 1RG

Healing zone at Acklam Village  This is open to all in the community. Providing relaxation, yoga, meditation, reiki, art therapy, creative writing, sound therapy and more.

The Bush Theater Attic in West London are setting up an area with tea, sofas and quiet for people who want to talk or need support.

7 Uxbridge Rd, Shepherd’s Bush, W12 8LJ