You’re not alone during this time.
In addition to the help available for Torus tenants from Torus Foundation and the Torus Support Network, we’ve pulled together some of the key contact information which both tenants and members of the wider community may find useful, including support, advice and ways to stay connected.
Maybe you’re after help with your CV, signposts to job searches or tips on how to stay connected online with friends and family.
Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0300 123 5809 – for specific employment and skills information including live job vacancies, head to our Talent Pool page.
Please note following regular updates from the Government, information provided from the organisations below may also be changing and evolving on a regular basis:
|In an emergency, always dial 999 – if you are unable to speak always press ’55’ when prompted to confirm an emergency. Find out what support is available in your local area:||
Liverpool – Information and support available.
St Helens – Safe2Speak is the Domestic Abuse Service delivered by Torus St Helens. Free confidential support is offered to ANY resident in St Helens who is a victim of domestic abuse. Find out more.
Warrington – Information and support available.
|Central Community Hubs in your area:||Your local authority is working in collaboration with local organisations to provide support to those requesting urgent help||
Liverpool City Council – head to the Ask for Help page.
St Helens Council – Shielding Support
Warrington Borough Council & Voluntary Action’s – request help from their Safe and Well page.
|Food pantries, community markets and community shops||
Feeding Liverpool – This interactive resource shows food pantries, community markets and community shops in Liverpool city – these are affordable food initiatives using surplus food, typically through a membership model.
St Helens Foodbanks – Providing three days worth of nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred in crisis.
Warrington Foodbank – Providing three days worth of nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred in crisis.
If you are a Torus tenant and require a foodbank voucher for any of the places highlighted in the above links, contact the Foundation on 0300 123 5809 or speak to your Torus Housing Officer.
Additional Advice and Support Services
You can also head to the Government Advice webpage which covers plenty of useful information on Coronavirus including.
To find out more about the Torus Foundation or to get involved in what we do, please get in touch.
Call 0300 123 5809 or send us an enquiry here: