Wellbeing

Information on staying ok during the coronavirus outbreak.


Domestic Abuse - how to get help, and how to help

During these times of isolation there is increased risk for victims of domestic abuse.  We can help to protect our neighbours, friends and loved ones by passing on the information on the poster.

The Oxfordshire Domestic Abuse Helpline is 0800 731 0055, or email das@a2dominion.co.uk

Thank you

susan smith · Sat 11 Apr, 13:53 · Link


A Friendly Phone Call to combat the “lockdown blues"!

This new Charlbury service aims to provide a friendly voice on the other end of the phone, so people can help each other keep their spirits up while social distancing is in place.

It is a way of continuing the idea of having a chat with neighbours over the fence, on the doorstep or out and about round the town, while we all have to stay in our homes as much as possible.

The service is being organised by All Together In Charlbury (ATIC) and Churches Together in Charlbury (CTC)

If you would like a phone call every so often, we have volunteers ready to ring. Call us on 07487 413892 and give your name and phone number.

If you want to refer another person to the service, you should first get that person’s permission and give the person’s name and phone number and your name and phone number when calling 07487 413892.

Meryl Smith · Sat 11 Apr, 15:22 · Link


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