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BDP – Supporting You During the Time of COVID-19
Last updated 19 August
To keep you, our staff, our volunteers and our Bristol communities safe and well some of our services are running in a different way.
Our Health & Harm Reductions Centre, Needle Exchange and nursing services are all open offering socially distanced contact: our opening hours at 11 Brunswick Square BS2 8PE are currently Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
Our Helpline offers free and confidential support on 0117 987 6000
Needle Exchange: if you can’t get to us we’ll come to you: ring our dedicated Needle Exchange line on 07800 721 644 to arrange a discreet delivery to you
OST Medication Collection
If you are self-isolating please talk to your Shared Care Worker at Bdp, or your GP, so that we can arrange to deliver your medication to you.
Shared Care: we are continuing to support people through regular phone contact and are also offering socially distanced face-to-face contact at your GP Surgery, at Brunswick Court and Filwood Community Centre
Our 50+ Crowd is being supported through phone contact, socially distanced home visits and picnics: contact email@example.com
Women’s Morning group members are being supported by phone.
Bereavement Support Group: the group has decided not to meet and we are offering phone contact at a convenient time. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
Creative Communities – drama, choir and orchestra, have been meeting online and will return again in September after a Summer pause.
PRISM, supporting LGBT+ people is back and different as we move offline with smaller groups at its new Brunswick Court venue. For current PRISM people these launch Thursday 20 August; for people new to PRISM a week later Thursday 27 August. Both will then meet fortnightly
Shooting Stars: back Friday 28 August at 3pm
M32 Youth Groups: young people are being supported by phone and small groups are returning to Brunswick Court in September. More information 0117 987 6009
Tuesday evening outreach to women
Diverse Communities: closed door confidential space for people from Black Asian & Minority Ethnic Communities. Launches Wednesday 2 September 6pm and then fortnightly.
Alcohol support with the Homeless Health Service. This will be a weekly open door service, off site with a nurse. Relaunch date and venue coming soon
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