Covid-19

Domestic Abuse – How to Get Help

If you are in immediate danger, or suspect someone else is, call 999.
If you are unable to talk, call 999, listen to the operator and then either press 55 on a mobile, when prompted, or wait on a landline to be connected to the police, who will be able to help.

You can call the National Domestic Abuse Helpline for free and confidential advice, 24 hours a day on 0808 2000 247.

COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL COVID-19 DIRECTORY & INFORMATION
Information directory for financial support, community, health & well being support, mutual aid aid groups & emergency food.

Use the map at the bottom of the page to seek out local support groups

DWP EMPLOYMENT & BENEFITS SUPPORT
Latest information from The DWP regarding the benefits claim process and attending jobcentres etc

MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS -COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE HELPLINE
Call on 0800 616 171 – a free 24/7 confidential helpline providing emotional support to residents of Coventry & Warwickshire. Time Online is a webchat service – it works a bit like MSN or Facebook messenger, and is a confidential and easy way to talk to our Helpline staff if you’re not comfortable talking on the telephone.  Find out more ot to webchat visit https://www.mhm.org.uk/coventry-warwickshire-helpline

COVENTRY & WARWICKSHIRE MIND- GET HELP
If you are struggling with a mental health problem right now, there are places you can call for support.
If you already have contact with mental health services, contact your IPU first.

Other options:
Contact your GP – Contact your out-of-hours GP service. your GP surgery will usually provide an answer phone message advising you of who to contact in an emergency, together with other useful telephone numbers.

Coventry Wellbeing Hub – Telephone support between 1pm-5pm, every day of the year.
Call us on 024 7622 4417.        (not a 24hrs support service)