Our highest priority as we deal with Covid-19 in West Dunbartonshire is ensuring our area remains a safe and supportive place for our residents.
We know this is an uncertain time, and Covid-19 brings an unprecedented challenge for people across our area.
We are working hard to protect our vital services so they are available for the most vulnerable members of our community, and a number of our employees have volunteered their time to provide additional support.
This means we can offer our communities help with practical tasks including collecting and delivering essential groceries or medicines; walking pets or being a friendly and reassuring voice at the end of the telephone.
We can help if you have no support network. This will include those who are:
If you need extra support, or know anyone else in the community that does, please provide your details:
Our team will get back to you as soon as possible to discuss how we can assist.
If you are already in touch with services the Council provides, you may receive a telephone call from one of our employees asking if there is further assistance we can give you.
Please remember that there are steps we can all take to make a positive impact in our communities during this outbreak.
Our Community Action response plan encourages residents to be kind, considerate and think of others; connect with and reach out to your neighbours; make the most of online communities; support members of the community who may be feeling isolated or vulnerable; and only share information from reliable sources.