November covid and lockdown update
We find ourselves in uncertain times. However, throughout the covid-19 pandemic and still, here at Trevi, we are doing all we can to keep our services running smoothly. The wellbeing of our staff and the women and children continues to remain our central concern.
Jasmine Mother’s Recovery and Daffodil Family Centre
Our residential services continue to remain open, and we continue to process new referrals for Jasmine Mother’s Recovery and Daffodil Family Centre.
The full therapeutic programme is running at Jasmine and we continue to be ‘business as usual’. At Jasmine, to minimise footfall in and out of the centre, we continue to operate a ‘lockdown model’ whereby staff members work 48-hour live-in shifts. This has always been essential due to the small babies and vulnerable mothers on site.
We continue to carry out higher levels of screening at admission and on a regular basis (for both staff and residents), and residents are being supported to follow the guidance around social distancing if they go out into the community. Our staff are continuously using PPE and sanitiser. We are all working together to make sure that we adhere to tight infection control practices.
We continue to keep one apartment free at Jasmine should a mother and child(ren) need to self-isolate.
All admin staff are working from home to further reduce footfall, and courses and therapies are carried out over Zoom during lockdown periods.
We are closely following the advice from Public Health and the Senior Management team are reviewing our Covid risk assessments regularly.
Sunflower Women’s Centre
Sunflower Women’s Centre will continue to operate virtually with more courses and groups converting back online during this latest lockdown. Our Sunflower Practitioners will continue to provide 1-1 appointments via phones, Zoom, and Whatsapp support. Our main office number is 01752 977614.
We are able to offer some limited face-to-face contact at the centre but for crisis situations only. Our Sunflower Women’s Centre remains part of the ‘safe space’ scheme and will remain open for anyone who is fleeing DA and needs a safe space to seek assistance.
Strict infection control measures will remain at the centre; including temperature checks, face masks, strict social distancing, hand sanitiser and a deep clean carried out daily across the centre.
Booking a course, group, virtual drop in or 1-1 Zoom appointment
To book a course, attend a group or virtual drop in, or arrange a 1-1 appointment with a Sunflower Practitioner, please call 01752 977614 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Course timetables can also be obtained by phone or email. Our courses have a limited capacity so please ensure you book onto a course as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Upon booking, please let the member of staff know if you need assistance or support with your device or data to enable you to access the course.
Food Vouchers and Bursary Scheme
We will be publishing more information on this over the coming weeks. Please sign up to our enews to be sent information directly.
Whilst there is so much right now that we cannot predict, what we can fully assure you is that the team here remain resolute in our dedication to some of society’s most vulnerable. We want to ensure that families get the opportunity to stay together and that women are given the best possible support to recover from addiction / trauma.
Thank you to everyone who is supporting our work. If you want to donate to support our work during this difficult time, please go to our website. Please follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with developments.