She helped set up a temporary mortuary within 24 hours and the UK's first family assistance centre.
What does FAC stand for?
FAC stands for Family Assistance Centre (UK)
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- Field Artillery Battalion Tactical Operations Center
- Fleet Air Base Unit (US Navy)
- Face-Amount Certificate (finance)
- Facility Analysis Category
- Facility Contract
- Family Action Council (public policy group on eating disorders)
- Family Assistance Center
- Fanart Central (forum)
- Fast Attack Craft
- Fast Axis Collimation (optics)
- Feature Access Code
- Feature Attribute Code
- Featured Article Candidate (Wikimedia Foundation)
- Featured Artists Coalition
- Federación Argentina de Cardiología (Argentinian Federation of Cardiology)
- Federación Argentina de Cardiología (Federación Argentina de Cardiología)
- Federación Argentina de Colectividades (Spanish: Argentine Federation of Communities)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But the meeting near the Family Assistance Centre set up in the wake of the terror attacks was too much for some of the relatives.
London Mayor Ken Livingstone also cancelled a visit this afternoon to the Family Assistance Centre set up to help victims of the July 7 blasts in light of the current Tube incidents, a spokeswoman from Westminster council confirmed.
Supt Annette Wightman, in charge of the Family Assistance centre, said: 'People have been upset but the briefing was worthwhile and we hope the families have got something out of it CAPTION(S): Relatives of victim Mike Matsuhita arrive at Russell Square
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair yesterday visited the Family Assistance Centre, for families and friends of the missing, in Victoria, central London.
The 24-hour family assistance centre at the Queen Mother leisure centre in Victoria, central London, is being manned by 100 police officers and staff, supported by workers from the British Red Cross, Salvation Army, Victim Support and several local authorities.
Outside a family assistance centre in Manhattan, Guillermina Roy, 18, whose mother was among those missing in the crash, said: "I still don't know if they found her.