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Survivors of Terrorism Support Service

Our services

Survivors of Terrorism Support Service

Our services

Survivors of Terrorism Support Service

Our services

Survivors of Terrorism Support Service

Our Survivors of Terrorism Support Service is for adults affected by terror attacks that have occurred in the UK since October 2020. This includes those who:

  • witnessed the attack or heard about the attack from a loved one
  • were injured, or had a family member/close friend injured
  • lost a family member/close friend
  • were first responders

To request support from the Survivors of Terrorism Support Service, please fill out one of these questionnaires:

Self-refer to this service     Referral Link for Professionals


After you have completed the questionnaire, we will contact you to discuss support options. This may include a clinical assessment by video call or telephone. In some cases, we may offer face to face appointments.

If you are affected by a terror attack that occurred before October 2020 visit Outreach and Screen Service.

Survivors of Terrorism Support Service contact details:

Email: SurvivorsOfTerrorism@slam.nhs.uk

Phone: 0800 090 2371

Address: Survivors of Terrorism Support Service, Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, 99 Denmark Hill, London, SE5 8AZ. Due to Covid-19, the clinic is mainly operating online. 

Open: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm


Additional advice and support

Victims of crime, including terror attacks, can contact the Victim Support Helpline 08 08 16 89 111.


Anyone struggling with their mental health who is not directly affected by terror attacks can contact their GP, call NHS 111, or self-refer to their local NHS talking psychological therapies service.

If you are struggling to keep yourself or others safe please visit our crisis page.