Burnley Together was launched on Monday 23rd March to help the most vulnerable people in our community who are facing difficulties, worries and loneliness as a result of the outbreak.
The hub will provide a “one stop shop” where businesses, groups and individuals who want to help and can offer services, and those who need help, can be brought together.
It includes a dedicated helpline – 01282 686402 – which will operate seven days a week between 9am and 5pm. The lines will be manned by experienced call handlers that are able to signpost people to the services they need.
There is also a Facebook page “Burnley Together” for people to get in touch and offer or access services and support.
Women centre support Debt, family, counselling, skills etc. Nicholas Street Burnley
mcb.org.uk Muslim Council of Britain (See Tweet) www.lancashiremosque.com
www.masjidibrahimburnley.uk food bank provides food packages and one hot meal in Cleg St. Stoneyholme
www.salvationarmy.or.uk homelessness charity, counselling, suicidal and mental health support
Burnley.gov.uk –housing, homelessness
StepChange Debt –Freephone 0800 138 1111 (Burnley Council) firstname.lastname@example.org Credit union help with managing finance
C.A.B – Citizens Advice Burnley and Pendle 01282 616750
Shelter 0808 800 4444 homeless charity
Youngminds.org (0808 802 5544)
Young Peoples Service 01282 478600 young people’s mental health charity
S.M.L.E mediation Service dealing with community dispute