You can find information, emotional support and practical advice, through this site and by calling the helpline. If you’d like to talk with someone face-to-face, you can also call in to the 7th July Assistance Centre, in central London. Assistance is available for everyone affected by the London bombings of the 7th July

Message from DCMS – Government publications on counter-terrorism

On 10th July 2006 the Government published two documents. The first summarises its strategy for countering terrorism. The second explains how the level of terrorist threat will in future be determined and made public. If you have any questions about these documents contact the Humanitarian Assistance Unit on .

In the coming weeks, we also hope to publish a record of the lessons we think government has learnt from 7th July about how the response could be improved. That document will be grounded in the points you have made to us about your experiences.

We want to let you know how we are following them up, and to provide you with an opportunity to comment or respond. We’ll provide more detail in due course.

7th July Assistance - Commemorative websites
7th July Assistance - Complaints Procedure
7th July Assistance - Contact others affected
7th July Assistance - Coping With Crisis
7th July Assistance - Information for employers and employees
7th July Assistance - Financial help, advice and support
7th July Assistance - Government Support
7th July Assistance - A permanent memorial
7th July Assistance - News archive
7th July Assistance - Newsletters
7th July Assistance - Online Resources



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