COVID19 resources

Posted 29.06.2020

COVID19 is having a significant impact on our communities, services and businesses.  Those that can are working from home but many are being made redundant or furloughed on a  reduced income.  Social isolation means that some people are unable to access the services they need.

This webpage will feature links to resources and updates on services that may help in this challenging time, and will be updated regularly with new resources as they are shared with us.

D2N2 local authority coronavirus webpages:
Nottinghamshire County Council | Nottingham City Council
Derbyshire County Council | Derby City Council

Covid19 resources & links to support organisations
People & communities
Coronavirus Community Support Hubs | Bassetlaw CVS | Gedling Borough Council | Derby city overview of support | Broxtowe Borough Council | Helpful Links in Difficult Times | Feed The Nation | Coronavirus easy read resources | COVID19 links to themed services and resources | Care Act easements | Universal Credit | Universal Credit Help to Claim | Your Health, Your Way newsletter | Carers Trust East Midlands | COVID-19 in British Sign Language | Staying active at home | Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking resources | Double Impact bulletin | Mid Notts Food Bank referral line  Quit4COVID |

Financial support
Money Advice Service | Ask Lion | Notts Help Yourself | Advice Nottingham | Derby city covid19 resources | Derbyshire County Council | Links to other organisations offering financial support | Accessing benefits and other government support | Warm Homes Hub | Healthy Start Vouchers

Mental health & domestic violence support
Derbyshire Healthcare crisis support | Derbyshire mental health helpline | Derbyshire mental health support provision | Derby City resources | NHS Derbyshire | Nottinghamshire Healthcare crisis support | Nottinghamshire mental health helpline | Mental health support for adults | Mental health support for children and young people | Griefline | EMPhOWER weekly advocacy drop-in sessions | Domestic violence support | #youarenotalone campaign resources | Nottinghamshire domestic abuse helpline | Equation’s newsletter & online training webinars | Nottingham & Nottinghamshire CCG CV19 bulletins | Insight Healthcare | Trent Psychological Therapies Service

Employment & skills
Building Better Opportunities programme update | Redeployment Triage Service | Message from Gillian Keegan MP, Minister for Apprenticeships and Skills | Job Centres closed | National Careers Service | Kick Off In Business online service | Derby City Employment Hub | Derbyshire Welfare Rights Service | Free accredited online courses | University of Nottingham offering free online courses | Free two day webinar for 18-30 year olds | The Skills Toolkit | Job Help website | 3iii Training online training | Prince’s Trust launch new e-bulletin | Harmless: Let’s Talk Training online | Construction Skills People online | Workforce Skills Support online | Derby Business College online | Equation domestic violence webinars | Change, Grow, Learn (alcohol identification webinars) | Inspire free online courses | Covid cash course

Voluntary sector and volunteering
NCVO | Gov.uk COVID-19 guidance | BITC National Business Response Network | Funding programme updates | Coronavirus funding for frontline charities | Volunteering opportunities in D2N2 | Funding sources for organisations distributing food | Coronavirus Mental Health Response Fund | One Nottingham covid19 briefing | Free bikes for key workers in Nottingham | Robin Hood Fund appeal | Broxtowe Community appeal | COVID-19 related funding opportunities (including latest government announcements) | CLINKS fund | Tesco’s Covid-19 Emergency Fund | East Midlands Funding Forum funding bulletin

Business
D2N2 Growth Hub | D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership | Employer Help website

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