Help is available.

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In an emergency, always dial 999.
Vulnerable people

Register with GOV.UK if you have a medical condition that makes you extremely vulnerable to coronavirus. For example, you’ll be able to ask for help getting deliveries of essential supplies like food.

If you’re not sure whether your medical condition makes you extremely vulnerable, register anyway.

You can register yourself, or on behalf of someone else.

Register now...
Find a mutual aid group

There are over 3000 very local volunteer groups across the UK, and many more are registering.

You can join these groups and talk to the volunteers there about your needs. There's a good chance they live nearby.

These are people who can help you do your shopping, fetch medical supplies, or have a chat if you're feeling lonely in isolation.

Find a group...
Reach a volunteer directly

There are several different volunteering services where you can share your needs, and a volunteer will contact you directly.

These are volunteers who can help you do your shopping, fetch medical supplies, or have a chat if you're feeling lonely in isolation.

Local Helpers... Self Isolation Helpers...
Join a community group

Join and take part in local community groups that have formed near you.

This is a way for you to connect with your neighbours, understand what is happening in your community, build relationships and care for each other.

Halo coronavirus communities... Nextdoor communities...
Safely report abuse

If you are being abused, or if you know someone who is, there are organisations who can help and safe places to go.

Here are some ways you can get help if you are trapped at home with an abuser. You can report covertly if you need to.

GOV.UK - report domestic abuse... National domestic abuse helpline... Women's Aid safety advice...
Contributing

Want to contribute to this resource? Create a pull request at the help-is-available repository on GitHub; or contact us directly at: team@policerewired.org