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Information and guidance for people from Ukraine and hosts
Last updated 28 February 2023
1. Welfare, support and safeguarding
When you arrive
If you're arriving here under the Homes for Ukraine scheme, you must tell us when you arrive; email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a team of welcome link workers. Someone from the team will call when you arrive and then visit you and your host, at your property. The visit is to make sure that you are safe and well and we'll help you to access any urgent support you might need.
We'll continue to visit you thoughout your stay.
If you're arriving under the Homes for Ukraine scheme, the government has produced fact sheets in English, Russian and Ukrainian:
You can also read the government's guide to services you may need in your first week in the UK.
Guidance in Ukrainian
Guidance in Russian
Our libraries service offers a range of support to people living in Stockport. Visit our webpages for to find out what services are available and how to join.
Barnardo’s free helpline to support Ukrainian families
Barnardo’s has set up the Ukrainian Support Helpline to provide a holistic support service to anyone fleeing the conflict in Ukraine.
Barnardo’s free helpline, 0800 148 8586, is staffed by English, Ukrainian and Russian speakers, to offer support to children and families arriving in the UK from Ukraine.
The helpline is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 8pm, and Saturday 10am to 3pm.
A dedicated email address; email@example.com; and webpage have also been set up for those assisting with the Ukraine response.
Stockport Ukrainian Association
Stockport Ukrainian Association are welcoming Ukrainian nationals who are arriving here in Stockport. You can find out more:
- Stockport Ukrainian Club Facebook page
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
What to do if you are concerned about something
If you're concerned about the welfare of a vulnerable adult, you can find more information on our Safeguarding adults webpages.
If you're concerned about the welfare of a child or young person, you can find out what to do on the Safeguarding Children in Stockport website.