New resilience hub providing services for Scarborough and district health workers
A new resilience hub has launched to support health, care and emergency services workers in the Scarborough area.
The Humber Coast and Vale Resilience Hub provides independent and confidential support for health, care and emergency service workers who may be struggling with the impact of Covid-19.
The service is completely confidential and offers frontline workers and their families advice and support for a range of issues such as emotional wellbeing to bereavement, debt, domestic violence and relationship issues.
It has been commissioned by the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership in response to the growing pressures on frontline workers during the pandemic.
Michele Moran, SRO of the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Collaborative Programme said: “Frontline health, care and emergency workers have been working under enormous pressure for the last year and sadly this continues to be the case as we deal with Covid-19.
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“Many people are working in unfamiliar environments, with reduced staffing levels and this can be incredibly stressful and tiring. This combined with the added worry people will have for their own family’s health and wellbeing is putting extraordinary strain on people’s personal resilience and family life.”
Visit www.hcvresiliencehub.nhs.uk to find out more about the hub.