Petal Support Limited

8 Barrack Street

Hamilton, ML3 0DG

Office Hours are:

Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm

Friday 9am - 4pm

01698 324502

Professor Jason Leitch Covid-19 Advice.

The public has been divided into four categories:

Group 1: Those with symptoms

"If you have a new persistent cough and/or a fever your whole household has to now stay home for 14 days. If you live by yourself the seven-day rule applies."

Group 2: The clinically high risk – e.g. chemotherapy patients

"They’re going to get individual contact from the health service"

Group 3: The over 70s; people who get flu vaccine for health reasons; and pregnant women

"Cut back social contact as much as you can – nothing non-essential. Do not go to work. Do not travel on public transport, do not have large family gatherings."

Group 4: Everybody else

"We’re asking as many people as possible to work from home. Don’t use public transport unless you absolutely have to. Do not meet in big groups or socially in small groups.

Other Important Information

Keep Calm with The Kids

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-44xjbjBGq0

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Don’t Panic Buy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNmZB0qz3vY

food

VERY IMPORTANT – Keep Social Distancing!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhmwFXzxrqI

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Helpful Contacts and Information

@readyscotland.org

PETAL Support as a charity will assess any new advice, and current measures for public safety for each of our offices. This information will be under constant review for our service provision and keeping people COVID-19 informed.

High Court Trials and Coronavirus – Important information regarding current or awaiting High Court trials - latest update from the Scottish Courts & Tribunals Service.

http://www.scotcourts.gov.uk/coming-to-court/attending-a-court/coronavirus/coronavirus-coming-to-a-court-or-tribunal/coronavirus-criminal-business

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PETAL was established in 1994 and is the most recognised, and longest serving Criminal Justice bereavement support organisation in Scotland. This service is specifically for people affected by serious crime (Homicide) bereavement grief/loss, of close family members to homicide/culpable homicide or suicide in Scotland. Our professional service for bereaved people is supported by Scottish Government and other funders. The PETAL service provision is FREE and we provide a safe and confidential environment, where those experiencing bereavement grief and loss, as a direct result of homicide or suicide. This service provision includes children and young people (15-24 years old at this time). As a 'duty of care' to bereaved people self-referring, or being referred by another support agency, PETAL Support will decide if our service meets the immediate needs of the person, and advice will be given if another more suitable service is available (this may be within the NHS for example).

 

PETAL provides support - irrespective of the time of the event - and aims to provide each new client with the support they need within fourteen days from initial contact (if the referral protocol is achieved).

 

PETAL is a registered Charity with no affiliation to any religious or political party and is open to all sections of the community.

 

We offer services in Hamilton Lanarkshire, Central Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee (Please note: Currently PETAL Therapy/Counselling is available by on-line platform or telephone support at this time)