Coronavirus Update

With this morning’s announcement of a circuit breaker we will be making some changes to our services for the coming weeks.

Our Premium Project, Social Club, Young Carers project and Crossroads Community Venture (CCV) scheme will be closing for the duration of the circuit breaker. All service users will be informed if their services will be affected.

Our Nursery will also be closing but will remain open to the children of key workers and for vulnerable children.

Care at Home and ASK will still be operating and we are happy to provide any additional support to our carers, or the public, such as medication collection and food shopping so please get in touch if you need a little bit of extra support.  

Our Main Office will remain open, but please note on some occasions we may not be operating our usual hours. If you cannot reach the office please leave a message and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

We have also reactivated our dedicated helpline to give carers advice on coronavirus should they need it. This service will be available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about caring, and signpost you to other services that will be able to help if we cannot. Please see the information for this below:

T | (07624) 202197
E | carersadvice@crossroadsiom.org 

For up to date information on COVID-19, and advice on self-isolation and social distancing, please visit the Isle of Man Government website.

Our priority remains to ensure ALL carers receive the support they need over the next few weeks, and we would like to reassure you that we will continue to support you at this difficult and uncertain time. We are here to help.

We would like to thank you once again for your patience and understanding at this time.



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