COVID-19: Life after loss
Citizens Advice Enfield announces new project in partnership with Mind in Enfield
Changes to the Life After Loss project
Life After Loss is our project, in partnership with Mind in Enfield and Barnet, helping the community recover from the COVID-19 crisis.
We have extended the project in order to help those across Enfield whose lives have been turned upside down by the pandemic.
Please fill in this Life After Loss self-referral form if you have been affected by COVID-19 and need support.
As restrictions continue to ease, life might be feeling a little more normal. But are you?
The pandemic has affected us all. According to official data there has been almost 800 deaths in Enfield, and more than 29k cases (Public Health England, 2021).
Here at Citizens Advice Enfield, we understand that these statistics are just the tip of the iceberg.
The pandemic has plunged families across the borough into crisis. Whether you have fallen into poverty following the loss of a job, you are struggling with illness, or you are worrying about mounting debt, the right support is available. The Life After Loss service will allow Citizens Advice to go beyond its advisory role, providing financial and emotional support through Mind in Enfield and Barnet to local residents, helping them cope with the terrible losses bought about by COVID-19.
You will qualify for this support if you are struggling with any of these issues:
- You have suffered a bereavement since March 2020 (this does not have to be related to COVID-19).
- You have long Covid and/or health issues as a result of having Covid-19.
- You have been significantly impacted by the COVID crisis and require support e.g. debt, housing issues, employment, illness.
- You have struggled with emotional difficulties over the course of the pandemic and would like to speak to someone about how you are feeling. If it is just emotional support, you require contact Mind on: 0208 906 7504 or email: lifeafterloss@Mind-In-Enfield.org.uk
Please get in contact using the referral form above.