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Volunteer with Support Staffordshire

If you can offer your support, please do this through Support Staffordshire. This is the most effective way of supporting your local community.

Many of Staffordshire’s voluntary groups already provide everyday support for vulnerable people. But these groups are often staffed by people who are in the vulnerable groups now being asked to stay at home.

Support Staffordshire are co-ordinating people who can volunteer to fill the gaps and support the vital work going on in their neighbourhood.

Visit Support Staffordshire for details of how you can get involved.

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Latest social care and health news

Staffordshire Residents Urged To Continue To Take Care As Restrictions Are Lifted

Staffordshire residents are being encouraged to stay vigilant – as plans to lift Covid restrictions are announced.
Date:
20 January 2022

People Warned Not To Be Tricked into Subscription Traps

With the start of a new year, many people will have made new year's resolutions to improve their health, lose weight, or get fit.
Date:
14 January 2022

Support for People Looking to Maintain a Healthier Weight

People in Staffordshire who want to work towards a healthier weight are being reminded that help is at hand.
Date:
14 January 2022

Walk-in clinics offering booster throughout January

Staffordshire people will be able to get a booster vaccine at walk-in clinics throughout January, as case rates in the county remain extremely high.
Date:
10 January 2022

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