We have a large amount of information related to Covid-19 so this resource page has been created to help navigate those resources.
By sharing this information, we are aiming to provide you with a repository of good quality information from a variety of sources about how to manage home working, how to fundraise safely during the pandemic and more, that are particularly applicable as we navigate the pandemic.
This collection of resources has been in part kindly provided by the private sector partners in our Mental Health Sustainability Programme, whilst other resources and links are from publicly available sources. We have chosen to focus on free resources/resources not behind a paywall or member sign up. This is to be considerate of the demands, finances and access needs for small providers in this Programme.
Our Learning Portal has other, more generically applicable information you may wish to review - but is for member's only.
Information on how the Association is currently operating, as well as our response to the pandemic can be seen in brief here.
Generic supporting resources
These resources are largely newly developed in light of the pandemic to support small-medium businesses, but particularly social enterprises and charities, to respond and recover from the events and effects of the Covid-19 outbreak.Read more
These resources are intended to support operational concerns and procedures throughout, and beyond, the pandemic in the UK.Read more
In light of the Covid-19 outbreak in the UK, it is vital that we continue to manage our mental health and wellbeing especially as some people will be self-isolating and not have the same level of contact with others as they’re used to.Read more
If you are an adult (aged 16 or over) in England or Wales and you live with a Severe Mental Illness, you should now be offered a Covid-19 vaccine. You should have received a letter, text or phone call from your GP with the details on next steps when the vaccine is available in your…Read more