Support during the lockdown
The new transmissible variant of Covid and the current lockdown is likely to increase and reignite the fears of many. Some of us will be shielding, isolating, or indeed testing positive; for some being ordered to stay at home may not represent the safest place to be, because of personal circumstances. If you are struggling and you don’t know where to go for help or who to contact, or you just need a listening ear, please feel free to email me, leaving your name and a number and I will call you back – safely and discreetly.
Eithne Atterbury; Safeguarding Rep: email@example.com
ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF HELP FOR THIS DIFFICULT TIME
KOOTH.com: 0808 802 5544 – supporting young people
Youngminds.org.uk – support for young people: 0808 802 5544
Harrow Talking Therapies : 020 8515 5015 (self-referral email : www.cnwltalkingtherpies.org.uk)
NHS.uk / EveryMindMatters : MIND: 0300 123 3393 www.mind.org.uk
Anxiety UK: 03444 775 774 www.anxietyuk.org.uk
CALM : 0800 58 58 58 / www.thecalmzone.net
Domestic Violence helpline : 0808 2000 247
In an emergency call 999 – if you are unable to speak, wait to be prompted and dial 55. Please also contact your GP who will be able to help find the right service for you. Trusted family and friends may also be able to help and reassure, don’t be afraid to reach out for support.
Can you help Caritas to make face masks for the homeless?
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“I was hungry and you gave me something to eat”, the Lord will say.
HARROW FOOD BANK is still operating and is busier than ever. Before Covid we would be having a food collection in Church each month, obviously not happening at present. But the Food Bank still needs our support. So please visit their website https://harrow.foodbank.org.uk/
and donate online. Whatever we do to one of the least of these, we do to the Lord.