This page will be updated on a regular basis. Last updated: 4 June
Are you still delivering services?
If your organisation is delivering services to support your community during the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, please drop us an email on email@example.com and we can add you to this page.
Gov.UK – Support as an extra vulnerable person
0800 028 8327
(0800 328 1700) call Mon-Fri between 9am-5pm
Assisted shopping for elderly.
(0330 107 2351) – Helpline for vulnerable Unite members
Assistance with shopping, collecting prescriptions or support if lonely.
Covid-19 Mutual Aid
A group of volunteers supporting local community groups organising mutual aid throughout the Covid-19 outbreak in the UK. Information on groups in your area:
Royal Airforce Association
Providing befriending telephone calls to their members
T: 0800 018 2361 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19 Emergency Broadcast Service
Community radio stations.
During covd-19 VCSE organisations may want to signpost their beneficiaries to details of local community radios that are providing public information broadcasts.
This list of radio stations may be used in an emergency to broadcast essential messages in a timely manner.
If anyone requires any further information or if any authorities wish to broadcast using the Leicestershire and Rutland Emergency Broadcast Service scheme then please email email@example.com
Harmless / The Tomorrow Project
Support for people who self harm and/or are at risk of suicide, their family and friends; support for people in suicide crisis; support for people bereaved by suicide. Assessment and support sessions via telephone or Zoom, support via text message or email.
Face to face assessment and support sessions for people in North Leicestershire at our East Leake office.
Afghanistan and Central Asian Association
0208 572 0300 – Opening Hours are 10am to 5pm from Monday to Friday.
Charity supporting the integration of refugees and asylum seekers into British society and improving access to mainstream services.
Due to COVID-19, we have reconfigured our services to telephone and online. It is now more important than ever to continue reaching our community in these extremely difficult times and having a joined-up advice service to the local Afghan refugee population in partnership with local organisations and the authorities in Leicestershire is vital for their wellbeing. We are still open to continue supporting Leicestershire residents, refugees and asylum seekers with advice on issues such as financial advice, benefits advice and Universal Credit applications for previously self-employed people, citizenship applications and liaison with the Home Office, mental health advice and support with domestic violence over the telephone.
Services in the city
Organisations who are delivering services in the city of Leicester.
Services in the county
Organisations who are delivering services in Leicestershire,