Urgent Help

Council contact

If you or someone you know have been affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) Lambeth Council can help. You can contact them online or over the phone: 020 7926 2999, every day from 8am to 8pm.

You or someone you know could need help if you:

  • all families within Children’s Social Care are entitled to a food parcel. Contact the Council using the form or phone number to receive a food parcel within 48hrs
  • do not have your usual support from friends, family or carers
  • have been asked by the NHS to stay at home for 12 weeks
  • are having money problems
  • are ill with coronavirus and have no access to food or prescription medicine
  • are a key worker

The Council has also produced a booklet of useful information and services to support Lambeth residents during Covid-19.

Gaia centre

The Gaia Centre is operating and accepting referrals for phone-based support for Lambeth residents who are survivors of gender based violence, including domestic and sexual violence. This includes supporting people to flee and find alternative accommodation if they want this.

Contact the Gaia Centre to make a referral or for a survivor to self-refer: 020 7733 8724 / lambethvawg@refuge.org.uk.

Lambeth Council has updated their guidance on violence against women and girls to include coronavirus information and support.

National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 200 247 / www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk. There are various ways to access confidential advice from the helpline and its number does not show on any itemised bill.

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