Coronavirus Community Support Hub: East Riding

Coronavirus Community Support Hub: East Riding


Published on 4:45 pm Thu Apr 9th, 2020 in Funding & Financial Support Citizens Advice Bureau: access / advice pathways for people with employment, benefits and financial worries during COVID-19

The current Coronavirus crisis has seen a rapid shift in work and financial fortunes for many citizens, with little warning. This can be an acutely worrying time as people try and navigate the benefits systems and understand what supports they might be entitled to. This article (with downloadable attachment) points individuals in the right direction for support. Read more…

Published on 2:08 pm Thu Apr 9th, 2020 in Funding & Financial Support Government emergency package: do not panic if you have a prepay gas / electricity meter

The government has launched an emergency package with energy suppliers to ensure you don't face any additional hardships in heating or lighting your home during Coronavirus. Read more…

Published on 1:51 pm Wed Apr 1st, 2020 in Children, Young People & Families #FromMyWindow movement - spreading creative joy during Coronavirus

The #FromMyWindow movement asks for people to show colourful creations in their own windows, along with the hashtag, for others to spot and share online in a bid to spread some joy and uplift community spirits. All you need is some paper and some colours to get involved! Read more…

Published on 10:29 am Tue Mar 31st, 2020 in Health & Wellbeing Managing Coronavirus anxiety - a handy infographic to share widely within your community

These are changing, uncertain times but there are steps we can take to manage our anxiety. Looking after our mental health must become a priority, daily task. Switching off from the white noise of social media and refocussing on self-care can help us navigate through.

Infographic courtesy of: Read more…

Published on 9:46 am Tue Mar 31st, 2020 in Health & Wellbeing Staying well and looking out for others during COVID-19 (downloadable guide)

Inspired by the #viral kindness contact cards, this printable guide offers key pointers about staying well and connected with others during COVID-19. The attached easy read document was adapted by the Making Every Contact Count Collective Y&H #nobodyleftbehinddesigned in partnership with CHANGE (a UK-based disabled human rights organisation). Its aim is to demystify steps to look after our individual health whilst remaining good neighbours at this time of national need. Read more…

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