Stafford and District
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Programmes will take place throughout the week, and include both telephone and virtual groups. This will give adults living anywhere in Staffordshire the opportunity to connect together, joining in with a range of activities and crafts, and making new friends.
We also have a new Facebook group 'Everyone Health - Staying in Touch' which you can join once you've signed up.
To find out more or to sign up, please phone 03330 050 095 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent has prompted the county’s public and emergency services to declare a major incident.
Staffordshire Resilience Forum (SRF) is made up of multiple agencies who work together to plan and prepare for localised incidents and civil emergencies.
The online Wellbeing Hub www.salus.org.uk has over 100 videos and Factsheets which we know will be incredibly beneficial to people who need to support their own health from the comfort of their own homes or places of work. If elderly and young alike are having to work from home or self-isolate our Hub can help build resilience in mental and physical health.
In response to COVID-19 McDonald's will be donating a range of chilled and other products including bread buns directly from their stores today. We’ve created an online platform for any charity to book collection slots from the nearby stores.
Please can you share this with your network via email and socials, so as many groups as possible know there is food available that they can access.
All adult and YP drug/alcohol services are continuing to operate across the county– although some changes have been made in order to keep clients and staff safe.
Most client contact is now being conducted over the phone. However:
Fountains Counselling is sorry to announce that it no longer able to take on any new clients. Our current clients have been contacted by their counsellor as we are no longer able to offer face to face counselling.
Today’s briefing follows on from our Best Evidence update on Wednesday 18 March. This update provides current information on how we are responding to the evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation and the new government guidance.
Overview of changes to Witness Service operations
NEW: Temporary suspension of in-court support
The Witness Service will temporarily cease to provide in-court support for witnesses from Monday 23 March.
Being stuck at home can be difficult and challenging for many of us particulary when the sun is shining but there are range of activities you can do from the comfort of your own home and garden.
We've created a list of online activities and resources for you to explore to support you through the coronavirus.