Most services have had to change their operations to provide a different kind of support during these times.
Below is a list of local services that have either changed the type of support they are offering, or have been newly set up to help those in need.
The Community Hub has been set up to co-ordinate the support that the Council and voluntary organisations in Wandsworth are offering. There is a helpline for residents, especially elderly and/or vulnerable people, who need support to access medical and care services, as well as food supplies.
The Community Hub's email address is for anyone who has questions about COVID-19.
Wandsworth Food Banks are changing to a home delivery only service.
Wandsworth Domestic Violence One Stop Shop is closed until further notice, however you can contact a support worker on 020 7801 1777 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.
Wandsworth's parks are still open, but play spaces have been closed. Please ensure you keep to social distancing when out and about.
Wandsworth's children's centres and youth clubs have closed until further notice.
Libraries and sports centres are also temporarily closed. But you can still access online services from both.
Waste and recycling collection is still continuing wherever possible, and bulky waste and garden waste collections have restarted. Smugglers Way has reopened. Please see their website for more information on when you can visit.
The health visiting and school nursing teams have changed their service to accommodate social distancing. Most appointments will take place over the phone or video calls, but some will still be face to face.
Please click here to see support through the Local Offer for children and young people with SEND.
Home Start have had to halt their home visiting service, but are still supporting families online and over the phone. They can also deliver essential supplies to the most vulnerable people.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is going to be online only for the time being when it starts up again on May 18th. You will be able to register online.
Visit Clapham Junction have compiled a list of local businesses that are still operating at the moment such as restuarants offering delivery / takeaways, grocery stores, pharmacies, gyms offering online classes, and other shops that are still open.
Lavender Hill For Me also have a list of business still operating a service (although differently) at the moment.
Free2B are still providing services to LGBTQ+ young people and their parents online.
Spear at Clapham Junction are offering virtual support to those young people who have recently completed a programme, and are looking into how they can offer support on future programmes.
South London Refugee Association in Balham are still offering telephone advice.