Register with the Government to get coronavirus support as a clinically extremely vulnerable person.
Birmingham wide support
Birmingham City Council - Emergency Community Response hub
The council have launched an emergency community response hub to provide support to our most vulnerable citizens.
The service will prioritise those in critical need who have received a letter from NHS England stating they are in a priority group or those that are self-isolating for shorter periods but are unable to rely on family or friends for adequate practical support.
This may be in relation to emergency food supplies and social contact. Follow this link to complete online request form or call 0121 303 1116 (Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm).
To communities to understand the guidance and protect themselves, families and communities, we have produced guidance in various formats.
Local contact hubs
Contact points across the city where you can talk to someone about what is on offer. The contact points are based around the constituency you are in (which area your MP represents). If you are unsure which one you are in you can use this tool to work it out from your postcode.
Wellbeing support route2wellbeing
A guide to local voluntary and community health and care services in Birmingham. Route2wellbeing makes it easy to find local services and activities that promote good health and wellbeing.
You will find financial advice, physical activities, support for carers and much more. Using route2wellbeing could not be easier, simply set your location and click on a category on the R2W website.
Mutual Aid is a list of local support groups that have been established during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Whether you're self isolating and are in need of help, or you have time available and want to help others you can use this website to find a group local to you. There are currently 2044 groups listed. Visit the Mutual Aid website here.
Emergency food support
- Register with the Government to get coronavirus support as a clinically extremely vulnerable person.
- Contact local hub here.
- TRUSSELL TRUST: list of food banks here.
- Active wellbeing society website here.
- AS-SUFFA website here.
- Birmingham Irish website here.
- City Mission website here.
- Salma Food bank website here.
- Bahu trust email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 440 4096
- Crisis 0121 348 7950
- Cooperation Birmingham, solidarity kitchen website here.
Commercial food deliveries
- Sainsbury’s delivery slots for extremely vulnerable based on the government's definitions.
- Wiltshire farm foods deliver frozen meals to the vulnerable and elderly line : 01384 476880
- Oakhouse Foods deliver frozen meals 01384 233 688
- Jaspers online follow this link
- Morrison's over the phone for elderly and vulnerable 0345 611 6111 option 5
- Morrison’s food boxes link
- Iceland Prioritising delivery slots for the most vulnerable
- Local milk man More Fresh link
- Age Concern Birmingham – follow this link
- On your door step link
- Midland essentials link
- Midlands chilled food home delivery link
- Midlands fresh fruit and veg - contact email@example.com
- Fresh produce delivery West Midlands link
- Shane’s fruit and veg groceries link
- Fresh fruit and veg delivery Sandwell link
- Nice and fresh fruit and veg Wolverhampton link
- Moo Fresh link
Third sector sustainable food support
- Asda’s volunteer payment card link
- Marks and spencer’s volunteer payment card link
- Route 2 Wellbeing directory of third sector support link
- Mosely together link
- Volunteers for pandemic link
- Age Concern Birmingham link
- Mutual aid list of local support groups link
- Focus SupportLine 0121 478 5222
- Focus telephone Befriending scheme call us 0121 478 5222
- Focus phone counselling courses call us 0121 478 5222
- Mental health support.org link
- Nishkam centre call 0121 515 0003
- Mosely together link 07796668257
- Edwards Trust Breavement support 0121 454 1705
- Birmingham Mind helpline 9-11 7 days a week 0121 262 3555
- Birmingham bereavement advice service link 0800 634 9494
- Mind national helpline 0300 1233393
- Smaritans helpline 24 hours 365 days a year 116 123
- Silver Line – helpline for older people 0800 470 80 90
- The bereavement trust day time 080043 54 55
- The bereavement trust evening support 0800 9177 416
- Childline 0800 1111
- Sane (mental illness support) link
- Anxiety UK link 03444 775 774
- Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) link 0800 58 58 58
- Cruse Berevement Care link 0808 808 1677
- Papyrus HOPELINEUK link 0800 068 4141
- UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) link
- British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy link
Financial and housing support
- Nishkam centre 0121 515 0003
- Birmingham settlement 0121 250 076
- Northfield Neighbourhood Network
- Young person’s homeless project 0121 362 3650
- Age concern Birmingham Handy man 0121 3650
- Solihull youth support 0330 332 7928