National government has significantly increased testing capacity to include people showing symptoms of coronavirus who come under the category of ‘essential workers’ and ‘members of their households’.
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Families are facing significant challenges during the Covid-19 emergency. Birmingham Children’s Partnership is accelerating plans for a new model of connected services and communities to help families in ten localities across the city.
To help VCS organisations based in England continue to provide mental health services – or provide additional support – organisations can apply for a Coronavirus Mental Health Response Fund (CMHRF) grant.
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Birmingham City Council has announced £0.8m emergency funding to help children and families.
A multi-agency campaign led by the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, West Midlands Police and victims’ services has been launched to give information to the public around what services are available to victims of domestic abuse and to...
The GBSLEP Habitats Grants Programme is still open for applications. The fund will close every two months (end of May and then July 2020) with applications reviewed the following month.
As part of Birmingham’s response to COVID-19, Public Health Birmingham are inviting local grass roots organisations that work with BAME, disabled and / or LGBT communities to work with them on a targeted engagement campaign.