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Welcome to the Connect to Support Lincolnshire Coronavirus information page. Listed below are a number of community support groups focused on supporting you during the Coronavirus pandemic. These listings begin by showing you generic support in the community, followed by information by district which is then broken down into relevant categories.

If you need further support or are looking for help and advice, please call the Lincolnshire Coronavirus Helpline on 01522 782189 (Mon-Fri) or visit Lincolnshire County Council's website.

For health information and advice, please see the NHS Coronavirus pages. Learn about the government response to Coronavirus on gov.uk.

Please note that we are continuing to update this page with further groups and information, so please come back regularly to check for updates. If you see that a category is blank, we will be adding further information to these categories as part of our updates. We would like to reassure community groups who have contacted us to offer support, that we are working hard to get your group listed.  If you are a group who has not yet offered support but wish to do so, or if you have spotted a mistake on this page, please contact CEC_CVC@lincoln.fire-uk.org 

Whilst every care has been taken in the compilation of this information, neither Lincolnshire County Council, Lincs2Advice, Lincolnshire NHS nor PCG Limited will be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of using the site and of any inaccuracy or error within these pages.

Connect to Support Lincolnshire allows you to search for products and services provided by suppliers so that you can find out what support is available. Please let us know if any information found on these pages is inaccurate by using the Feedback button.

Lincolnshire County Council, Lincolnshire NHS and Lincs2Advice are not accrediting or recommending any of the products, companies or organisations listed on this website.

National Trading Standards is warning people to remain vigilant following a rise in coronavirus-related scams that seek to benefit from the public's concern and uncertainty over COVID-19.

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