Covid - 19 Resources and information for Polish victims of domestic abuse

We created a few resources for Polish people who experience domestic abuse at the time of the coronavirus crisis. Polish clients can find all information here. The content of that page is available for you in the documents below.

SAFETY PLANNING 

The document is based on the guidance produced by SafeLives.

CALLS TO 999 - SILENT SOLUTION

Polish

The document is based on the guidance of the Independent Office for Police Conduct

CHILD CONTACT DURING PANDEMIC

The document is based on the guidance produced by the Rights of Women

Polish

ORGANISATIONS PROVIDING SUPPORT IN POLISH

OPOKA – Bristol based project for Polish victims of domestic abuse, they run a helpline for Polish women – 01174270012, 0300 365 1700, Skype OPOKA BRISTOL

Polish Psychologists’ Association – free psychological support offered by Polish-speaking psychologists – ppacovidinfolinia@gmail.com, Skype PPA COVID-19 Infolinia

Coronahelpline – information about the coronavirus provided by Polish-speaking professionals – tel. 020 3286 6722 (10.00 – 12.00 and 18.00 – 20.00)

Europia – support for European citizens living in Greater Manchester, available also in Polish – welfare,  support with settled status applications, Tel. 0333 3058 570, e-mail support@europia.org.uk.

Eastern European Resource Centre – support and information in Polish in relation to benefits and employment (tel. 07521857415 Mon-Thurs, 07845083667 Tue, Wed, Fri info@eerc.org.uk) and settled status (tel. 0784590531, euss@eerc.org.uk)

Public Health England – Polish translation of the social distancing rules

KInternational - COVID-19 Scam and Fraud Information in 40 languages, including Polish