A List of Resources Available to Help in COVID Times
Te Puke Baptist Church
Diane Banbury is working from home and can help with access to food parcels etc as needed in the Te Puke area.
Contact Mobile: 02102593182 firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Works counsellors and Social Workers are working from home keeping in contact with the whanau they work with, via phone and email. Let me know if you need to contact any of them.
CCS Disability Action is working remotely to provide information, advocacy and support to disabled people and their whanau – the Service Coordination team is available via telephone, email and video calls.
They are also providing face to face support for essential services.
Here to Help u
This service is an online service for whanau in the Western Bay, it has luckily got up and running just in time. For more info see the flyer and check the website.
Stand for children – Tu Maia
Stand Tu Maia community social workers are working from home and keeping in contact with the whānau and families they work with via phone, email and Teams. We can accept Zoom invitations to meet with professionals from other organisations who may not use Teams. Kirsty.Crean@standforchildren.org.nz
BOP Male Survivors
Have started a free covid counselling service with a dedicated phone number open to anyone in need. See flyer attached.
Families Achieving Balance Social Workers are working from home keeping in contact with the whanau they work with, via phone and email. We are available to take on new referrals during lock down. email@example.com
Phone 0800 322487 Cell 02102144555
Kidz Need Dadz
The team at Kidz Need Dadz are working remotely and can be contacted on email firstname.lastname@example.org or 027 596 5021. Our 24/7 crisis line is 0800 563 123 is also operational.
Te Puke Community Hub
The Hub Te Puke can be accessed for food parcels and resources if required.
Phone 07 9750157
Our trained volunteers are available by phone to talk to clients – the website is there to back up information and the volunteers have access to more behind the scenes local information. See newsletter attached.
Our Community Ministries are still fully operational remotely. We are working alongside ‘Heretohelpu’ www.here2helpu.nz
Foodbank and Good Neighbour for emergency deliveries of essential items only. We have stocks of hygiene products available also.
We have stocks of the PPE from City Council from 2020 available should any groups be needing this, we also have some supplies of Glen 20 sprays we can share.
Should support be required, our reception phone has been diverted so 07 578 4264 Option 3 still operates and email Tauranga.CM@salvationarmy.org.nz can receive referrals. External Referral form for Service Support.
Thanks to Rachel – Family Violence Response Coordinator.
Parliamentary Resources for Electorates and Community Offices
This pulication has a very full list of agencies that can help. Resources for electorate and community offices
The Student Volunteer Army grocery service is available nationwide to those in self-isolation or who have no other way to access food.
The SVA Grocery Delivery Service is for those aged 65+, anyone who may be medically vulnerable, essential workers (and their whānau) and anyone that requires support due to their personal circumstances, such as single parents. Choose from a list of grocery essentials to fill your pantry and a friendly SVA volunteer will fulfil your shop at your local New World and deliver your groceries to your door – all completely contactless.
https://www.newworld.co.nz/covid-19/sva details on how their service works – Person must have a Credit Card or Debit Card to do online or phone shopping
Please note: There is a standard $15 delivery fee or $3 delivery fee for Community Service Card holders.