The Grenfell Assistance Centre is located at the The Curve, 10 Bard Road, W10 6TP.
Located just around the corner from Latimer Road Station and the Westway Centre, it offers a space for people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire to meet up and continue to access services.
The centre opened its doors on Thursday 20 July and will continue to provide residents with an extensive range of support. The building also provides a space for the community affected by the Grenfell Tower fire to meet with family, friends and neighbours.
The centre is open from 10am to 8pm everyday and provides support and advice from a wide range of organisations including the NHS, UK Visas and Immigration, HM Passport Office, Jobcentre Plus, Post Office, Adults’ and Children’s Social Care, and Housing.
Other services include:
- emotional support
- a crèche for children
- food and toiletries area
- an area to place orders for new clothes
Community volunteers are present to carry on their crucial work of supporting those affected in every way possible.
Family and Friends Assistance Centre
This is an ‘invite only’ centre for those who have lost loved ones in the fire. Appointments are made by police family liaison officers. Staff can help with bereavement support as well as general help such as arranging visits from overseas relatives, setting up bank accounts and giving housing advice.
The Support for Grenfell Community Hub
Is a partnership of 4 charities offering a range of support, counselling and advice for children, young people, parents and families affected by the Grenfell Tower Fire.
They’re based in Bramley Rd at the Phoenix Brewery 07964 560175.
More information is available on their website.