Support during the Current Situation
This is an unusual time for all of us and it is throwing up many challenges.
Some may find it harder to cope with than others. There is support out there for you.
Below we have listed some contact emails and numbers which might be useful.
It is better to ask for help if you need it than to have to try to cope if things become too difficult.
The children do ‘RelaxKids‘ in school with Mrs Cook. They have a free ‘Calm’ pack - look on www.relaxkids.com
There is an emergency email address for you to be able to contact school at the moment – if there is anything we need to know about a child or family member in the current situation (not for questions about work or Purple Mash!)
firstname.lastname@example.org We will monitor this and aim to contact you within 24 hours, during normal daytime hours.
If you are concerned about your own, or someone else’s, mental health, try www.Mind.org.uk
Every Mind Matters - mental health and well-being advice on the NHS website – search Every Mind Matters
If you have a concern about the safeguarding of a child/children - Wolverhampton Children’s Social Services 01902 555392
If you or someone you know needs help because of domestic violence
· Phone 551199 - and tell the operator what is happening to you, this is the councils safeguarding helpline.
· Call the Police - phone 999 in an emergency or phone 101 if you dont feel safe but are not in immediate danger
· Wolverhampton Domestic Violence Forum WDVF on 01902 555643
· Haven 08000 194 400
Alcohol or drug misuse – your own or someone else’s - www.recoverynearyou.org.uk
Debt advice – www.stepchange.org
The Well Food Bank - www.thewellwolverhampton.co.uk
Christians against Poverty – www.capuk.org
The Samaritans: 116 123 or email email@example.com (response within 24 hours)