COVID-19

CTSI are continuing to work with our local partners to ensure that the needs of the third sector and local community are being met. We will be updating this page regularly, for even more current information, please check our Facebook or Twitter.

CTSI Contact Details

Telephone: 01259 213840
Office Email: admin@ctsi.org.uk

All the CTSI team are currently working from home following Scottish Governments guidance.

We will continue to update our Community Guide with local services and a large collection of helplines.

Clackmannanshire Community Support Helpline

Telephone: 01259 452275
Email: s4p@clacks.gov.uk

Members & Supported Organisations

GENERAL NOTICE

In line with current government guidance, our offices in Alloa remain closed and our staff are continuing to work from home. We will also continue to host all of our upcoming events and training online, you can find out more about our upcoming events here.

We would like to stress that our primary functions remain up and running at this time. If you need to get in touch with us, please use the numbers below, alternatively you can reach us via email.

Telephone: 01259 213 840
Office Email: admin@ctsi.org.uk

CTSI Recovery & Restart

As we proceed through the tertiary phase of lockdown, we know that many of our members will be putting in place plans to reopen over the coming months. CTSI will be here to help and provide practical support and advice to ensure the Third Sector in Clacks is able to recover and thrive once again.

General Resources:

*Recommended* – Model Risk Assessment – Falkirk Council

PPE – Using PPE (Best Practices) – Downloadable Flyer
COVID Scenario Planning – June 2020
Example Risk Assessment
Guide for line managers: Wellness Action Plans (WAPs)
Pandemic Policy Template
Home / Remote Working Risk Assessment
SCVO – Leaving Lockdown

CTSI Recovery & Restart

General Updates

Member Resource Bank

Funding

For the latest information on funding, please subscribe to our monthly Funding Bulletin.

If you require support in writing a funding application, please get in touch with us direct by calling 01259 213840.

Business Support

We are aware that this is an extremely challenging time for businesses in all sectors. We have created a resource bank with useful links and guides for your reference.

COVID-19: Support for Businesses – UK Government
Coronavirus Business Support – Business Gateway
Coronavirus Advice for Businesses in Scotland
Coronavirus Business Continuity Advice

Ceteris have launched their new COVID-19 Business News & Support page, it will be updated daily with relevant advice for businesses in Clackmannanshire.

Community Support

We’re here to offer as much support to the community as possible at this time.

View our Community Care Guide to find local help points across the Wee County.

General Updates

Wellbeing

The health and wellbeing of the people in Clackmannanshire is of course paramount during this time. Below is a list of resources which may be useful to you for general well-being, mental health, and more.

Read our Health & Wellbeing Blog! *click here*

Coronavirus & Your Wellbeing
Keeping Well & Finding Support
Tips for Managing Mental Health while Self-Isolating
NHS Self Help Guides

General Community Resources

Helplines

We have updated our Community Care Guide with a comprehensive list of helplines that may be of you to you at this time. View it here.

Domestic Abuse Helplines
Local Directory of Health & Wellbeing Services

Citizen’s Advice Bureau – 01259 219404
Clackmannanshire Council – 01259 450000

NHS Non-Urgent Helpline – 111
NHS Coronavirus General Advice Helpline – 0800 028 2816

Scottish Government Helpline – 0800 111 4000

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