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Advice if you need support from a dentist

During the Covid-19 pandemic all routine NHS and private dentistry has stopped. 

The NHS is continuing to provide urgent and emergency dental care. This will be available to both NHS and private patients. If you have a dental emergency please call your dental practice during their normal opening hours for further advice. If you do not have a regular dentist, you can search for a local dentist on the NHS website at www.nhs.uk and call them. If you have a dental emergency outside of normal surgery opening hours you can call 111 for advice and information on your local out-of-hours emergency dental service. Find out more about the support available.

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Saints Foundation joins forces with the City Council and the CCG to launch Prescription Delivery Service

Saints Foundation has joined forces with Southampton City Council and Southampton City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to launch a city-wide Prescription Delivery Scheme, aimed at supporting some the most vulnerable people in Southampton.

As part of Southampton Football Club’s #SaintsAsOne campaign, Saints Foundation staff will work with pharmacies across the city to co-ordinate the service, as well as delivering prescriptions to the homes of those who are self-isolating or shielded as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Find out more about the new service

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The NHS services here to support you over the Easter weekend

Your NHS services are still operating to care for and treat people over this Easter holiday weekend – despite the temporary changes brought in to help tackle the Coronavirus pandemic.

Please remember to continue to stay at home to stay safe and help the NHS save lives but if you need support, there are services available. Find out more about the services and support available this Easter weekend.

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Community Support Hub set up to help city's most vulnerable residents

A Community Support Hub and a dedicated helpline have been set up in response to the COVID-19 crisis, to ensure that the most vulnerable people across the city have access to the support they need.

The Hub will enable the council to respond to requests, using our own resources and voluntary sector, the community, and faith sector partners to deploy help quickly.

Southampton Community Support Hub will bring together support from across the city including Southampton City Council, the local NHS, Southampton Voluntary Services and other voluntary and faith groups across the city. Find out more.

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