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Local support groups

This help is specifically related to support required as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic only.

People across Staffordshire are working together to support each other through the Coronavirus pandemic.

Informal groups have sprung up across the county and are offering to do things like collect and drop off food or medicine to people who cannot leave their homes.

You can find many of these groups on social media sites such as Facebook and Nextdoor.

A neighbour may have posted a note through your door with an offer of help.

There are also lots of local community organisations who can help you. You can find them here at Staffordshire Connects.

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