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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

COVID 19 Domestic Abuse Resources


DOMESTIC ABUSE USEFUL RESOURCES / INFORMATION LINKED TO COVID-19


Home Office DA Guidance
The Home Office has published guidance highlighting help and support available to victims of domestic abuse during the coronavirus outbreak in England. 

Surviving Economic Abuse – Covid-19 booklet

Safelives Safety Planning and Information

COVID19 - Service Families and managing your money


HELPING HANDS FROM AWS


FAQs - Substitute Service Familes Accommodation - COVID 19











FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL IN SUBSTITUTE ACCOMMODATION 
Is my move into Substitute Accommodation still going ahead? 
In line with the recent direction from MOD and single Services, only those assignments considered essential to operational capability and/or Defence's COVID-19 response will take place. The notification on the overall impact on Postings and Household Moves in response to Covid-19 is here. 
Mears is in discussion with DIO for details of moves deemed operationally essential. If your move is approved, Mears operatives will contact you to discuss specific arrangements. 

UK Maternal Mental Health Matters Awareness Week: 30th Apr - 6th May

1 in 10 women can develop a mental health issue during pregnancy or within the first year after having a baby. People can start to heal, when they feel heard.
If you are stressed, anxious or feeling like you need a place to talk, visit www.bigwhitewall.com  A safe community to support your mental health, 24/7. @bigwhitewall1




BIG WHITE WALL - Covid-19 Stress


It’s normal to feel stressed when we face uncertainty around our health and lifestyles.   

Stress is our emotional and physical response to pressure. We feel there are too many demands, and too few resources to cope. That pressure can arise from external factors including life events, health, living conditions, work, home or family. 

CHILD FRIENDLY EXPLANATION OF THE CORONAVIRUS


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