Monthly Archives: April 2020

New Live Chat Services available 29th April 2020

We would like to draw your attention to two new free live chat facilities which are now available to those seeking assistance and support from online resources. Domestic Abuse The Pandora Pro...

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New phoneline offering mental health support is open 27th April 2020

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT), providers of the Norfolk well-being service and mental health care services have launched First Response a new 24/7 helpline offering immediate advice,...

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Phase 2 of See Something, Hear Something, Say Something – new phone line/text service for children & young people 21st April 2020

The second phase of our safeguarding campaign has launched, focusing on a new phone line and extended text service for children and young people. Building on the success of the public campaign See ...

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What you need to do if you call 999 in an emergency and are unable to talk 17th April 2020

There may come a time in everyone’s life when you need to call the emergency services, but it might put you or those around you in even more danger by talking. When you call 999, an operator asks...

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Norfolk partners are working together to ensure victims of domestic abuse know help remains available 16th April 2020

On the 11th April 20 the Home Office launched a new public awareness campaign highlighting that if anyone is at risk of, or experiencing domestic abuse, help is still available. The campaign, unde...

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Research to promote the voices of young carers through this global pandemic 15th April 2020

Understanding how the needs of young carers are being managed in the context of the COVID-19 global pandemic Researcher: Dr Kate Blake-Holmes, Centre for Research on Children and Families (Univers...

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Aspirations Fund support grants available for young carers

Caring Together are pleased to be able to offer support grants available of up to a maximum of £100 to young carers/young adult carers (with priority being given to those aged 16-25), from across Cam...

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Change in how to access mental health advice and support for 0 -25’s in Norfolk & Waveney

Many services and organisations have changed what they do as a result of COVID 19. Support for children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing (formerly known as CAMHS) has also c...

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Cup-O-T wellbeing telephone/video call FREE for anyone over 16yrs

Book a free slot with Cup-O-T via their facebook page: Cup-O-T: Wellness and Therapy Services ...

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MAP Advice Line for young people

The Mancroft Advice Project (MAP) are providing a free phone advice line and email advice service for young people, aged 11-25, across Norfolk, open 10.30 am – 5.30 pm Monday to Friday (except bank ...

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