The WSREC office will be closed for the next few weeks due to the ongoing challenges around coronavirus (COVID 19). These measures may change on a regular basis, so please check our social media pages regularly. Currently all face to face activities and appointments have been suspended with immediate effect. Staff will be working from home and you can email us at admin@wsrec.co.uk. Alternatively you can e-mail your main WSREC contact for more information regarding appointments and workshops.


This decision was not taken likely with thought given to the most recent Government advice, which included social distancing. We felt this decision is necessary as a significant proportion of those that use our services, work, volunteer and are part of the WSREC family are deemed as vulnerable people in regards to Government advice.


We understand that people will find making these adjustments difficult and we know you will miss out on some of our vital services. If you need urgent support please do not be hesitant to contact us by email or by sending us a private Facebook message. We will try to support you as best as we can during this time.


If you need more advice on the Coronavirus (COVID 19) and information on social distancing please check the following trusted sites:


https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/infections-and-poisoning/coronavirus-covid-19
https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response
https://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/


Alternatively for more general information on COVID-19 you can phone NHS 24 on their free helpline 0800 028 2816. The helpline is open: Monday to Friday – 8am to 10pm Saturday to Sunday – 9am to 5pm.


This is an important way of taking responsibility for our own health, the health of our families and the communities around us. Please keep safe and we will see you once this current situation improves. We have been supporting people for over 45 years and that will continue for decades to come.


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