Our skilled staff are busy contacting people in the community most likely to need additional help during this challenging time.
Some calls are uncovering a high level of difficulty, currently hidden by the Covid-19 lock down. As well as medical concerns, there is lack of essential food items, fuel poverty, housing issues, work worries, loneliness and anxiety – all of which can be helped by the Centre team and their community partners.
The Centre’s medical staff are encouraging people to continue to reach out. “There is evidence people are storing up problems and they don’t need to” says Emma Owen-Amadasun, assistant health director, “our integrated approach means we are able to support all needs that help keep people well. Don’t sit on problems, contact us now for help”