Use this form if you seek information or details of support in relation to the Arena attack.
About Manchester Attack Support
On Monday 22 May 2017, 22 people were tragically killed in a suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena. The attack took place at the end of a concert performed by American singer Ariana Grande. Many people were left bereaved, injured and traumatised by the attack.
We worked with the authorities establishing and delivering support arrangements for those affected by the attack and continue to help people access the help they need. We advise those seeking tailored support, help signpost them to specialist trauma therapy services and can also connect them to mutual understanding and support available through dedicated peer support groups and networks.
There is still help available for those who continue to suffer and seek support after the Arena attack. It is never too late to ask. We are here to help.