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January COVID-19 Service Update
Please find our up to date service information in light of changing guidance surrounding Covid-19.
In light of the changes in local measures with regards to COVID-19, we want to keep you informed of the steps that Suffolk Rape Crisis (SRC) are taking to ensure that we effectively manage the services we provide and the health and wellbeing of all of us.
The team at SRC are working hard to ensure that we are able to provide the best possible support to everyone during this time. This may mean that if you are currently receiving face to face support with us, that you will be offered alternative support (including by phone and online).
We know that lockdown has been a difficult and isolating time for survivors. Our online groups can provide an online space to connect with others and take some time for yourself. You can find out more about there here.
If you feel there are any barriers to you accessing your usual support or the online groups over the next month please get in touch with your worker, or our office. We can put things in place to make it easier, including:
- Access to tablets, smartphones and wifi
- Travel, childcare and other accessibility costs
- One off taster sessions to try out the technology and see how the groups work
If you have any questions or concerns of if there is anything we can do to support you in this time, please get in touch.
The situation is changing daily, so keep an eye out on social media, our website and our newsletter for information on our service delivery, self-help information and additional resources.
The Team @ SRC
We're excited to announce that for next week's #BiscuitsandBrew we will be joined by Nikki Luke, the UK Parliament's Outreach Officer in the East of England, for a workshop on ways we can get our voices heard in Parliament!
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