Your NHS is here to help you and you can help them by following the COVID-19 guidance. The basics remain key - keeping a social distance; wearing a face covering and washing your hands - as well as isolating if you have symptoms and getting tested, or are a close contact. By following these steps you are helping to protect the NHS as well your family, friends and community.
Show the NHS your support and that Kirklees Cares.
We've worked hard to protect our elderly and most vulnerable residents so they are safe, well and able to live independently in their own homes during the pandemic. Support is available if you need a helping hand.
Are you worrying about paying utility bills, council tax, repaying credit cards, loans or mortgages due to the impact of coronavirus?
Don't ignore it, free advice is available - coronavirus has affected the entire nation and many of us need support now, even if we didn't before. Kirklees Cares, and we are here to help and support you.
Visit financial support if you are looking for financial help due to the impact of COVID-19.
This year we've not been able to spend as much time with family and friends as we normally would, and our plans have changed or been put on hold.
Staying connected over the phone, online and making video calls continues to help our mental wellbeing and make us feel less isolated and lonely. We understand that not everyone has someone they can call, but Kirklees Cares for everyone and support is available.