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Have you or someone you know been affected by the Grenfell Tower Fire? We are here to help you. Browse our site with information on physical, emotional health and wellbeing and how to get help with coming to terms with the disaster.

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CCG sends letter to Grenfell United setting out position on toxicity in soil

West London CCG has provided a letter to Grenfell United setting out the position of West London Clinical Commissioning Group in the light…

Published on: Tuesday 16 October 2018

Young people from the Grenfell community have decided to speak out about mental health and how they were affected by the Grenfell tragedy in…

Published on: Tuesday 9 October 2018

Local health services have welcomed todays funding commitment made by NHS Chief Executive, Simon Stevens for those affected by the Grenfell…

Published on: Tuesday 9 October 2018

Kensington and Chelsea Council has launched a series of community conversations, workshops, drop-in sessions as well as a new website.

Published on: Friday 5 October 2018

There is an updated leaflet for anyone attending or affected by the Grenfell Inquiry witness sessions.

Published on: Friday 5 October 2018
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