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There is a range of support available for people who are self-isolating or struggling to cope during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) emergency.
However, if you need help in finding the right support, our contact number is 08085 834333.
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Operation Shield is a Government initiative where around 1.5 million people across the country have been identified as being at most risk from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) mainly because of an underlying health condition. These people have been strongly advised to stay at home at all times and avoid any face-to-face contact for a period of at least 12 weeks.
Operation Shield enables these people to self-isolate at home by providing a regular supply of essential food and medication (if appropriate). People that are part of Operation Shield would have received a letter from the NHS providing more information including how to register.
Find out more information about Coventry’s Operation Shield Support Service.
During the COVID-19 (coronavirus) emergency, all known rough sleepers and people using night shelters in Coventry had been offered accommodation. This includes those with No Recourse to Public Funds.
Coventry City Council’s Community Resilience team have assisted Langar Aid to secure two grants from Crisis (homeless charity) and the Heart of England Community Foundation that will assist them with feeding homeless people and families during the current pandemic
This map is a resource and tool for organisations and individuals supporting the Coventry citywide response. Please note due to the Coronavirus situation some of the services shown on the map may be closed. Please contact them directly to check.
To use this map please click the buttons at the top to filter what type of support you are looking for or click the buttons down the side to see what is available in your ward. Below the map you will then see information including the name and contact details of each individual group.