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COVID-19 - Welfare and Friendship - Caring For Plymouth

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Updated 24 January 2022

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Citywide

 

Age UK

We have many services available for people living in Plymouth. These services include a Help at Home service (domestic tasks only), Adult Day Centre, Dementia Day Centre, a free Information & Advice service and a community activity service.

Website

Facebook

Email

Phone

https://www.ageuk.org.uk/plymouth/

facebook.com/ageukplymouth

enquiries@ageukplymouth.org.uk

01752 256020


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Elder Tree

Befriending service that helps socially-isolated people across the city.

Website

Facebook

Email

Phone

https://eldertreeplymouth.co.uk

https://www.facebook.com/eldertreebefriending

admin@eldertreebefriending.co.uk

01752 227447


Headway

Medication collection from your doctor or chemist in, and around, the Devonport, Plymstock, Plympton, Ernesettle, Whitleigh areas.

Website

Email

Phone

https://www.headwayplymouth.org

headwayplymouth@hotmail.com

0789 0001 450


Memory Matters

Help and support for people suffering with Dementia. 

Website

Email

Phone

https://www.memorymatterssw.co.uk

hello@memorymatterssw.co.uk

01752 243333


Plymouth Vineyard Church

We have a team of volunteers ready to help you. We can call people who might be lonely, collect groceries, medications, essential items and run errands.

Website

Email

Phone

https://www.plymouthvineyard.org.uk/

info@plymouthvineyard.org.uk 

01752 651818


ROC Care

Local befriending initiative that is part of the national network of Redeeming Our Communities (ROC) projects.  The initiative seeks to provide volunteer befriending support to people who have been identified as isolated and lonely.

Website

Phone

https://roc.uk.com/devon-and-cornwall/

0161 393 4511


Time to Talk (Living Options Devon)

A confidential listening service where people can chat, or get information and advice.  We are here to support anyone who is feeling lonely or isolated.  Our priority is for people with long-term health conditions, disabilities or who are Deaf and use British Sign Language, but everyone is welcome.  

Website

Facebook

Email

Phone

https://livingoptions.org/support-help/time-talk

https://www.facebook.com/timetotalkdevon/

time2talk@livingoptions.org

0300 3033691

 


Devonport, Stonehouse and Stoke

 

Help A Neighbour

Covering Devonport, Stonehouse and Stoke we can help people with food parcels, friendly phone calls, shopping, prescription collections, volunteering support and generally helping people get out feel part of their local community.

Facebook

Email

Phone

https://www.facebook.com/DevonportHelpANeighbour

dsandshelpaneighbour@gmail.com

07522626834


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Stoke

 

Stoke Traders and Residents Association

An active WhatsApp group that can help people keep in touch, open to all residents of Stoke, and an email newsletter where we share updates and news.

Facebook

Email

Phone

https://www.facebook.com/groups/StokeStars/

karen.pilkington@coopmembers.co.uk

 01752 606547

 


Latest COVID-19 guidance

For the latest COVID-19 guidance and information, please view the GOV.UK website.

If you need medical help, go to NHS 111 online.

Read the latest Government COVID-19 guidance


How to submit an organisation or community group to this website

If you are an organisation or community group and can help people during the COVID-19 pandemic, please complete our online form and we will add you to this directory.

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