Communities are not just defined by geography. Our lived experience defines who we are, and the types of support and networks we may need during times of crisis.
Here we will share links to other resources and support available for different groups of people during coronavirus outbreak.
Not from SE15 and the surrounding areas? Find your nearest local community group, go to the local groups page on Mutual Aid.
- Guide for Supporting Migrants.
- 7 Useful Links for Disabled People COVID-19-UK
- London LGBTQ+ Mutual Aid
- Resources for Autistic people
- Domestic Abuse
Migrants Organise have pulled together Guidance for Supporting Migrants During Coronavirus, which they will update regularly.
Doctors of the World: https://www.doctorsoftheworld.org.uk/
The Red Cross: https://www.redcross.org.uk/
Migrants Organise: https://www.migrantsorganise.org/
Modern Slavery Referral Helpline: 0300 303 8151, open 24/7.
The Outside Project are helping to coordinating a Mutual Aid Network for LGBTQ+ people in London.
Facebook: London LGBTIQ+ COVID19 Mutual Aid
Women’s Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children. You can contact them here.
The NHS website also lists other support and services available for people suffering from, or concerned about cases of, domestic abuse.
We’re assembling volunteers to contribute their expertise and help people in the community find jobs - you can sign up to help here.
For many people, the toll on mental health is a significant impact of the coronavirus outbreak. We've collated some resources to help.