Coronavirus: Our support online
The Coronavirus outbreak presents a major challenge to national, regional and local communities which are on the frontline in countering the disease. In the face of the COVID-19 virus support service providers are taking their own actions, to be able to continue to provide essential care & support services to those who need it most.
In order to meet the social, educational or therapeutic needs of their users, service providers have adapted their support to provide services remotely, via online platforms.
We came together with our partners offering support for the most vulnerable community members from BD3 area working together with Bradford West Yorkshire Police, Bradford Metropolitan District Council, The Good Shepard Centre, University of Bradford, HOP Housing, Salvation Army, Homeless Partnership, Staying Put Victims of Domestic Abuse, Adult Social Services, and Children’s Social Services for the referrals and hard work.
If you are one of the professionals working with the most vulnerable people across BD3
We come together to offer advice around tackling the coronavirus pandemic for those working with the most vulnerable people, including using digital to stay connected.
This includes using work management and communication tools such as Microsoft Teams and Slack. Video conferencing service Zoom is also recommended.