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Introduction

Help and support is available if you've been affected by coronavirus.

Support if you're self-isolating

Merton Community Hub can provide support and deliveries of essentials such as prescriptions.

Other financial support

Other help and support

  • Merton Community Hub - help for isolated households and those at risk from COVID-19
  • Age UK Merton – support for older people
  • Wimbledon Guild – Talking therapies, grief support and well being support
  • Commonside Trust – Support and assistance to vulnerable individuals and families in Pollards Hill.
  • Wimbledon Foodbank – Part of a nationwide network of food banks, supported by The Trussell Trust.
  • Merton’s Community Fridge – Surplus fresh food is donated and redistributed to the community
  • Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Organisation – Network of volunteers providing support to the vulnerable and those self-isolating. Linked to Baitul Futuh Mosque in Morden.
  • South West London Law Centres – Help for local people with legal advice and casework including problems they are facing as a result of coronavirus.
  • Carers Support Merton – Providing support to unpaid carers, both adults and young people.
  • Merton Dementia Hub – Providing support for people with dementia as well as their families and carers.
  • Association for Polish Family – Providing advice, information and guidance including on Covid19 related issues. The service is available in Polish/English from 9am – 2pm Monday-Friday.
  • Merton Community Transport – Offering  food collection and transport for groups, organisations or individuals.
  • Merton Uplift (NHS) – Free service for anyone experiencing stress, anxiety or depression. Offers psychological therapies, wellbeing and specialist employment services.
  • Good Thinking is London's digital mental wellbeing service and offers support for common mental health conditions such as stress, anxiety, poor sleep or low mood.
  • Bereavement support 

Employment and training

Young people

Children with special educational needs or disabilities

Information and support for families of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)

People with disabilities

British Sign Language (BSL) users