Maidstone Borough Council has created a Community Support Hub to provide a coordinated response to help provide and deliver essentials to people across the borough who are most in need.
The Council led Hub has been set-up in response to the Government introduction of ‘shielding’ and the call to create a network of hubs covering the whole country for the most vulnerable. The Maidstone Hub will offer help to those people who don’t have a support system in place and to assist those people with serious medical conditions who have been told to remain indoors for 12 weeks because of the Coronavirus.
Working with local volunteer and community groups the MBC Hub will provide a service to anyone of any age who is in need of additional support at this time.
The Maidstone Borough Council Community Hub will have a specific focus on providing access to food, medicines and other supplies and will be open Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 5pm.
If you would like to help or run a local voluntary group that is working to support people during the Coronavirus outbreak you can let use know by using the volunteering form.
If you would still like to help, please read the Governments guidance on how to help safely
If you are vulnerable to coronavirus you can ask for help with things like getting deliveries of essential supplies like food or medicines.
If you need support you can call Freephone 0300 303 1650 or can register for help below
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