Coronavirus Update

 

Updated 26/07/21

Service Updates, Contact Numbers, Government Advice  

 

Service Updates 

Following the government update on 19/07/21 announcing the lifting on many of the national lockdown restrictions, Project 6 has been continuing to review how we deliver our services in the safest possible way.

Over the coming weeks and months we will start to offer more of our activities from our services in person. We will continue to to ensure that this support is delivered in the safest way, considering both the risks to staff and people of using our service from the ongoing pandemic and the benefit of face to face interaction. We are asking everyone to follow the our guidance when visiting us:

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Wash your hands
Wash your hands when you arrive at Project 6. Continue to wash and sanitise your hands regularly


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Face coverings
We want everyone using our buildings to continue to wear face coverings (unless exempt). Face coverings protect others, wearing them helps ensure everyone can feel safe when visiting Project 6


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Keep 1 metre apart
Observe a minimum of 1 metre distance rule (ideally 2 metres) with people both indoors and outside


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Groups and activities
To help ensure we can continue working in the safest possible way for everyone, we will keep some limitations in the size of our groups and continue to hold these in well ventilated spaces


We recognise that people will feel less comfortable about this period of the restrictions lifting than others. We will continue a digital offer so everyone can continue to access our services without the need to attend in person. Throughout the lockdowns we worked hard to ensure people who use our services had access to adequate technology and reliable internet connections to remain connected and will continue this wherever possible.

For all the details of our service delivery, please contact us and keep on eye on our social media for the latest information for updates in your area.

Alcohol Recovery Community Facebook

Alcohol Recovery Community Twitter

Sober Social Facebook

Project 6 Facebook

Project 6 Twitter

We recognise this guidance can change and we really appreciate your continued support in helping us keep services safe.

While the recent developments of the Coronavirus pandemic may cause anxiety, lead to self-isolating measures and further disruption.

If you are self-isolating, we can support you with:

  1. regular phone calls, texts or e-mails by staff and volunteers
  2. advise on SMART online meetings
  3. organise food drop-offs where possible

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Contact Numbers

If you are struggling because of the impact of Coronavirus please get in touch. We can offer support, advice and guidance with a range of issues. Below is some useful information and details for organisations that are offering help in a range of areas during the outbreak.

Project 6 Doncaster 01302 360090

Main reception for enquires and service information

Project 6 Keighley 01535 610180

Main reception for enquires and service information

Keighley Pathways Service 01535 608631

Offering telephone support with food poverty, electricity & gas, welfare advice, mental health, housing, 1pm-5pmm Mon-Fri

Project 6 Sheffield 0114 2587553

Main reception for enquires and service information

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Government Advice

For the latest UK Government advice on Coronavirus, including how you can reduce risk and what to do if you have symptoms please visit there official site here.

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Airedale Voluntary Drug and Alcohol Agency trading as Project 6 is a registered charity number 1173006 and a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales number 3430925