Mental Health support in the Upper Valley during the pandemic (Hebden, Royd & hilltop areas).
Here's a list of local volunteer groups who have been setup in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. They are able to help in a variety of ways and if you are vulnerable or isolated, it's well worth registering with your local group. Residents in need of additional support should fill out the form at https://www.calderdale.gov.uk/v2/coronavirus. … Continue reading Local Volunteer Support Groups
People staying at home suffering with suspected coronavirus symptoms will get regular check-ins from a new NHS messaging service. Daily texts will be sent by the NHS to new patients who register their Covid-19 symptoms and contact details with the 111 online service. The messages will check how people are, and ensure that those who … Continue reading NHS support via text for those with symptoms of Covid-19
Guidance for the public on mental health and wellbeing during the crisis Public Health England has published a really useful guide for the public on looking after their mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak. What you need to know The coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak is going to have an impact on everyone’s daily lives, … Continue reading Mental Heath – Comprehensive Advice
Here's a list of Calderdale food outlets that are either delivering and/or offering support in providing groceries. We will continue to add to this list. Email us with any additions/amendments. Also, don't forget to register with the Council for supprt from your local volunteer support group, especially if you are vulnerable or isolated in any … Continue reading Calderdale Food Deliveries Directory
Community Transport Calderdale are offering a Shopping Service as well as other help for vulnerable people in Calderdale. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0300 0200 215 for more info.
Calderdale Council are processing requests from people wanting help for their friends or themselves and being unsure how to access this help. If you need help or know someone who needs help, please take the following steps: 1. Register for support from the Council's volunteering hub If you are on your own or vulnerable and … Continue reading Registering for help if you are vulnerable
At Disability Partnership Calderdale we've received a number of calls and emails from people with disabilities expressing their concerns over shopping for food. In response, we have written to all our contacts in local government highlighting some key priorities that we think need addressing. We've printed the contents of the letter below. If you have … Continue reading Template Letter For Local Councillors & Local Authority contacts
Drivers needed for Shopping Service Community Transport Calderdale urgently need volunteers for their shopping service for people who are vulnerable and on lock down. If you're interested they will send you an outline of the job and a simple registration form to get you started. Please e-mail email@example.com or call 0300 0200 215.
What are the safest ways to go shopping for food or accept a delivery or takeaway at home? This is a guide from the BBC website. What's the risk in shops? Coronavirus spreads when an infected person coughs small droplets - packed with the virus - into the air. These can cause an infection if … Continue reading How can I shop for food safely?