All of our services remain open but with some modifications, to ensure that we minimise the risk of Covid transmission to the women and children we are here to help.
Throughout this pandemic our priority has been to keep our services safe, whilst still reaching those who need us. Both of our residential homes have remained open to women and families throughout this pandemic and continue to process new referrals.
All of our staff are being tested regularly for Covid and we have an enhanced infection control regime in place. We are isolating new arrivals at admission, but we provide a high level of support to families during this period, with access to counselling and some of our groups via zoom.
Our training programmes are now transitioning back to being delivered face-to-face with some social distancing measures still in place. We continue to ask visitors to wear masks on site to protect the vulnerable. We have doubled some of our training, for example, mental health, in order to meet the rise in demand. There is also a lot of other support in place, with the Sunflower team on site to answer the phones and run our daily groups.
Our women’s centre is Covid secure; we are a place of safety for women seeking to flee domestic abuse and we continue to offer face-to-face support for women in crisis.
Please contact the Sunflower team to obtain a copy of our training and groups programme by phoning 01752 977 614 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over the last 12 months, our teams have worked incredibly hard to keep our service going, adapting our service as needed. Please follow us on Facebook or sign up to our newsletter for updates and changes.
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