In response to the Cost-of-Living Crisis, CVS Inverclyde launched a new sign-posting campaign to help Inverclyde residents identify and access the support they might need amidst the crisis. This support looks at available help with issues such as fuel bills, food security, and financial learning and planning; as well as mental health support for people whose mental wellbeing is impacted by the increased stress of another crisis.

In addition to this, CVS Inverclyde undertook the mapping of Warm Spaces and Activities on offer across Inverclyde for the community to access. These can provide warm, safe spaces for people to spend time, meet new people, learn new skills, and relax, helping to share the load of the Cost-of-Living Crisis. 

Follow the links to find out more:

Inverclyde cost of living support

Support with mental health

Warm spaces mapping 

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