If you are unable to get out and about as you may be shielding or vulnerable, a voluntary group called ‘Covid-19 Support Glasgow North East’ may be able to help you with things like: Grocery deliveries Medication collection and delivery Dog walking a friendly supportive chat help using online tools The team of volunteers is […]
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A helpline has opened for those at high risk of coronavirus who don’t have existing support or internet access. If you’re 70+, pregnant, a disabled person, receive the flu jab for medical reasons, or access mental health services, you can call: 📞 0800 111 4000 (9am – 5pm)
You can still access CAS services and advice online via their website, and you can also call their new helpline number for support over the phone. In particular, if you are worried about not working and paying the bills, you can access information on their website here: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/scotland/debt-and-money/if-you-cant-pay-your-bills-because-of-coronavirus/
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is experiencing extremely busy phone lines – please do not call them about your claim, they will call you if needed. Make your claim and any updates to your claim online via your journal, and the DWP will call you as soon as they can if they need […]
A new helpline for people in Glasgow seeking support during the Covid-19 crisis has been launched by public and voluntary sector partners. The helpline is for members of the public seeking help, such as food delivery or mental health support, and for charities who need support with offering a service to communities. The helpline is […]
If you would like advice or help with an energy issue in an Association property, please call our reception on 763 0511. The current crisis may mean that some of you are worried about energy supply and bills. To assist you, we have put together some useful advice, including details of how to contact […]
In the interests of public health and hygiene, we have reviewed our earlier decision to temporarily put a stop to our environmental services and these will resume from Monday 6th April, with some important changes to how the services will be delivered. We feel that during these challenging times, it is important that we continue to disinfect our […]
Association staff have been busy contacting older tenants and others that we know are in the ‘at risk’ category for Coronavirus. We want to make sure that everybody has somebody to help out – for food or medicine supplies or even just a friendly chat to keep spirits up. If you or anybody you know […]
Easterhouse based community organisation, FARE, can supply emergency food packages to Shettleston residents who are in need due to illness/self isolation and have no other way of getting supplies and also to those experiencing serious financial difficulties in these difficult times. You can contact them on 771 9151.
From 6 April 2020, the government is increasing the standard allowance in Universal Credit and the basic element in Working Tax Credit for one year. Both will increase by £20 per week on top of planned annual uprating. This will apply to all new and existing Universal Credit claimants and to existing Working Tax Credit […]
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