Trinity Winchester Opening during the pandemic
It is Trinity’s aim to remain operational and functional throughout the pandemic whilst adhering to all the government and lockdown guidance, our priority is to be a safe place for those that work at Trinity and visit Trinity.
We have an Operational Directive that ensures that all staff are maintaining social distancing, wearing masks, washing their hands, and not attending work in instances of ill-health.
We have the provision of masks for all visitors to the building as well as hand gel in every area and soap in all toilets and kitchen areas.
Every visitor is signed in, in accordance to track and trace measures, and are asked not to come in if they feel unwell, as an extra precautionary measure all staff and visitors must check their temperature as they enter the premises as well as asked to wear masks whilst in the building.
All staff that can work from home are doing so and all remaining frontline staff have every measure put in place to keep them and our clients as safe as possible.
Trinity has always been and remains a direct access service for those experiencing homelessness and times of crisis and whilst we are operating differently, we remain open and available to those that need us the most.
We are open 8:30am – 4.00pm Monday to Friday and for breakfast on a Saturday 9.00 – 11.00am. Meals are provided daily; these are delivered to some services via outreach staff as well as from Trinity on a ‘grab and go’ basis.
The GP service is still available as is face-to-face counselling, one to one support and all our learning is now accessible online, access to other agencies can be facilitated at Trinity via appointments or telephone contact.
Our main message is that we are still here and open, however, our services look a little different, if you are in need of help and support please do phone us on 01962 622220 or come to Trinity where our team will be only too pleased to offer assistance, we know we are better together.
Monday to Friday
8.30am to 4.00pm
9.00am to 11.00am (for rough sleepers and Nightshelter guests only).
If you think you could benefit from Trinity’s services, please contact us.
If you are worried about somebody who is, or is at risk of becoming, homeless then please let us know.