Our thoughts are with everyone who has been impacted by the crisis unfolding in Ukraine. This is an extremely worrying and distressing time for communities around the world, with many staff and members of our community having close connections to family and friends in Ukraine.
The Welsh Government have setup a helpline offering help, advice and support to those arriving from Ukraine.
Call 0808 175 1508 or use +44(0) 20 4542 5671 if phoning from outside the UK.
All Ukrainians arriving in Wales will be able to access NHS healthcare free of charge including GP and nurse consultations, hospital services and access to urgent care. Ukrainians coming to the UK will also be offered COVID-19 vaccines and public health screening.
NHS 111 Wales provide health advice and access to urgent non-emergency care.
Call 111 free from your mobile or landline and speak to an adviser in English, Welsh or one of over 120 languages via a telephone translation and interpretation service. All you need to do when you call is state in English the language you would prefer to use.
For life threatening emergencies call 999. The operator will advise what to do or where to go next.
The helpline provides support and information to anyone suffering mental distress as well as to their families and friends.
Supporting people who have experienced traumatic events.
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