Coronavirus News 5th September 2020
1. Coronavirus information in community languages
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (BNSSG CCG) – which is responsible for spending our local NHS funding – has created coronavirus information videos in a range of community languages, such as Arabic, Bengali and Cantonese. You can find them on its YouTube channel by clicking on this: coronavirus information in community languages to find a video in your language – including English. One is about how to Protecting Yourself, and one is about Looking after Mental Health.
Translations of the text used for the videos will be available soon. If you would like please get in touch email@example.com request hard copy printed materials for distribution out into the community.
2. Free counselling from Bristol Mind
Free counselling is available to people who are shielding as a result of the pandemic, particularly those who are:
older or Disabled people;
part of a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic community; or
living in Avonmouth, Barton Hill, East Hillfields, Filwood, Hartcliffe & Withywood, Knowle West, Lawrence Hill, Lawrence Weston, Lockleaze, Southmead, St. Pauls, or Whitchurch Park.
The service is available from September to December 2020. You can self-refer, or be referred by a family member or an organisation you are in touch with. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone 01179 800 370, to be sent a registration form.
For more information on this service, go to: http://bristolmind.org.uk/