Who to contact if you need help because of the Coronavirus pandemic
A number of supermarkets are providing online shopping, and some will allow you to place orders over the telephone for collection / delivery.
If a volunteer is helping you with shopping, many major supermarkets are now offering volunteer shopping cards that they can use.
There are many foodbanks across Staffordshire that are able to support you in times of crisis.
There are also food co-ops that are able to provide food and other products at low prices.
During this time it is still important to interact with people, and there are some telephone befriending services that may be able to offer support during this time.
In each district there is at least one large community group and many smaller local support groups that will be able to help.
You can also find a lot of local resident support groups on Facebook / Twitter that may be able to help you.
Your local pharmacy will be aware of many support groups and volunteers who are helping to collect prescriptions. Just give them a call and ask for thier advice.
There are lots of services available for those caring for someone.
There are a ranage of reviewed and trusted apps that can help you to stay healthy and well.
Looking after your mental wellbeing is just as important as your physical health and there are still lots of support available.
You can access support if you or someone you know is dealing with bereavement.
There are also many other organisations listed on Staffordshire Connects who may still be able to help you. Many are offering telephone, virtual or online support if they are unable to see you face to face.