Following the government’s removal of most Covid restrictions on 24th February 2022, England has moved to a position of ‘Living with Covid’. At Bucks Mind, we continue to work with our staff, volunteers and service users to assess what this means for us as an organisation and to implement procedures that aim to ensure everybody feels safe.

We have learnt a huge amount over the last two years and will continue to adapt our services where necessary, for example by using digital delivery methods. We are also committed to continued consultation with everyone involved within the organisation, to ensure our measures are suitable. We will also prioritise addressing the immediate mental health challenges raised by the pandemic, such as social isolation and increased anxiety, as we move into this phase of Living with Covid. Click here for Covid-19 Support.

 

 

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