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Open but delivering reduced services

By August 26, 2020Uncategorized

Allendale House

Joanne Smith Manager, joanne@allendalehouse.karoo.co.uk 1482898379

Residential care

We will not reopen fully in the near future

Age UK Hull

Ben Ainsworth, Services Support Assistant, ben.ainsworth@ageukhull.org.uk 07912 277282

Telephone befriending Information and Advice Benefit advice / checks

We are still reviewing the situation

We have just moved to the Maltings

Choices and Rights Disability Coalition

Mark Baggley, Manager     mark@choicesandrights.org.uk   01482 878778

All our services continue to be delivered, but in a different way as more staff are working from home and we  are providing more support by telephone, email, etc, rather than face to face meetings, etc.

We are planning to re-open soon

We will provide all the services that we currently provide, although there may be some changes in how we deliver this.

City of Hull Sport & Community Group

Mike Gibbons, Director, mike@cityofhull.net 07720870665

We are still open but delivering a reduced service

We have been delivering online fitness sessions and education modules as well as delivery of your Bistro services.

We are planning to re-open soon

We hope to start our gym facility full time programs once more, open up to the night time with our boxing club too, eventually have our students back in with our academy

CIAC/Hull City of Sanctuary/Hull Refugee Week

Jayne Mercer, CEO/Immigration Advisor/Vice Chair/Coordinator, CIACHumber@gmail.com  07786805171

We are still open but delivering a reduced services

Welfare calls to clients providing information and emotional support etc – immigration advice through Zoom (eg further asylum submissions, domestic violence applications, further leave to remain, family reunion, fee waivers, removal of NRPF)

Continuing some services using Zoom rather than face to face

Volunteers MIGHT be returning in September to complete some applications face to face through plexiglass screens. Looking at funding for a specific Covid-19 emotional therapeutic service engaging qualified counsellors to complete group and individual sessions through Zoom as a precursor to developing a longer term therapeutic service for emerging communities (refugees, asylum seekers, migrants including EEA and victims of slavery and trafficking

Dyslexia Sparks

Jane Craig, Founding Director, Jane.Craig@Dyslexiasparks.Org.Uk  01482234856

Tuition – but it went online

Already reopened

Hessle Road Network

Julie Robinson  Chief Officer, julie@hesslerdnetwork.karoo.co.uk   1482606077

Food parcels, craft pack activities, 1-2-1 support, outreach/detached sessions, on-line sessions   We didn’t close down but suspended some services which we are planning to re-start in a staged way

We will be re-starting small group work over the next couple of weeks.

The National Civilian WW2 Memorial Trust

Hilary Byers Treasurer, hilary@amskaya.karoo.co.uk  01482 445747

We are planning to re-open soon

We are preparing to continue giving talks, film shows and meals as soon as out venues open.

We will reopen soon but are waiting for approval from our funders before we start seeing clients in the office

Open Doors, Dagger Lane Singers, Greatfield Community choir

Gabrielle Awre Choir leader, (Open Doors,Volunteer/ Music Coordinator), gmpawre@gmail.com    01482 348678, 07743 940603

Open Doors. Now making up food parcels and serving Destitute refused Asylum seekers who do not qualify for state aid and sometimes have delivered food parels and collected bread from Jacksons. Shopping also. Limited service only.

Online choirs on zoom. (Also recording music for my Church) The current advice has now specified that amateur singers should not sing publicy, but awaiting research which could change this.

Pickering Road Community Orchard

Yvette Grindley , Secretary ygrindley@yahoo.co.uk 7922266749

We are delivering volunteering sessions for people on the  autism spectrum and people with social isolation issues.

The public will be allowed to visit the orchard from August to October.

Probe (Hull) Ltd

Sue Balthazar, Manager, sue.balthazar@employmenthouse.org  07932956615

All our services are still being delivered, but staff are working from home so there are no face to face meetings with clients – and more limited places where we can refer them for additional help (eg training). We can still help with jobsearch related activity, wellbeing support, mental health, debt etc

Unity in Community

Robert Cary, IT Officer, robert@unityincommunity.org.uk 01482 852292

We are currently delivery our Flying Start programme that supports people back into work or training. We have funding available for short course (CSCS, first Aid, Health & Safety, Warehouse Safety, etc.) and will support with creating and updating CVs and online job search. We are also providing a Food Parcel scheme on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday with a limited delivery service for residents that are isolating.

We are still reviewing the situation

Victory Social Care Enterprise

Mariam Hall, info@victorysocialcare.co.uk ; 07758893297

Care in community and home care

We are still reviewing the situation

Yorkshire MESMAC

Martin Storey, Education Development Coordinator, m.storey@mesmac.co.uk  07715642307

During lockdown we were only offering remote support and postal condoms. Service users can now book a limited number of tests and drop in for condoms. Most of our outreach and training is still on hiatus.

We are planning to re-open soon  We would like to get back to delivering all of our commissioned services including testing, outreach, training, school support and volunteering once we can work out how to do them all safely.

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