Nearly a year after 22 people were killed by the bomb at the Manchester Arena it's been revealed children as young as nine are still being treated for post traumatic stress.
And many people left traumatised say they're having to rely on charities for psychological support rather than the NHS.
One GP, whose stepson was killed in the attack, says he and his wife are having to fund their own treatment with money they've raised themselves. Meanwhile, the Warrington Peace Foundation charity say they've seen a 600% increase in calls since.
Sarah Rogers has been to meet those struggling to cope, one year on:
The design for a memorial to Eilidh MacLeod has been unveiled nearly two years after she was killed in the Manchester Arena bombing.
People affected by terror attacks like the Manchester Arena bomb are being failed by mental health services, a new report has found.
The foundation aims to provide help and support to self-employed families if they lose a child