If you need medical care please speak to your GP or call NHS on 111 for advice. You can find a local GP online, or by calling 020 8962 4600 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm).

There is also an NHS team in place at The Curve Assistance Centre who can provide care on-site. The team can also travel to meet you at a place convenient to you, such as your home or a local community centre.

If you need urgent help with a mental health issue, or would like to talk about counselling, please call NHS mental health services 24 hours a day on 0800 0234 650. You can also email them at cnw-tr.spa@nhs.net.

The NHS has also launched a dedicated website to help people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, including physical health services, mental health support, emotional wellbeing and more. Find out more by visiting www.grenfell.nhs.uk

Air and water quality in the Grenfell Tower area have been tested and confirmed as safe.

This leaflet describes the mental and physical health support available from the NHS and how you can help yourself to stay well.

North Kensington health response – How the NHS can help following the Grenfell Tower fire