The TISS CoronaResponse task force has put together resources that might help you in accessing help during the pandemic
Being limited within the confines of a house can adversely affect people threatened with domestic violence and abuse. Do not hesitate in seeking help. You can go through this list of helpline numbers and contact a relief professional. You can also seek psychosocial help via iCall as listed further on on this page.
The National Commission For Women has released a special Covid-19 helpline for those who seek relief from domestic violence and abuse. They can contact this WhatsApp 7217735372 number.
यदि आप घरेलु हिंसा से पीड़ित हैं तो 7217735372 पर WhatsApp करें |
You can also contact NGOs to seek help.
आप NGOs से भी सहायता के लिए संपर्क कर सकती हैं |
A list of organisations providing relief from domestic violence and offering aid for women can also be accessed here.
The lockdown poses a grave threat to the food security of many people nationwide. You can use the resources below to access help in contacting a ration centre or to obtain food and ration in Mumbai. To contact the helpline numbers of other states, view this state-wise list of helpline numbers. You can also download this pdf. This website provides a comprehensive list of numbers as well as email ids of states that you can contact for redressal.
If you have trouble accessing ration, you can watch this video (insert link to video on the communications page) and fill out this form to get ration if you do not have a ration card.
You can also contact a ration centre near you – Ration offices in Mumbai
आप अपने नज़दीकी राशन सेंटर से संपर्क कर सकते है अगर आपको राशन लेने में सहायता चाहिए –
To access a Shiv Bhojan canteen which serves food @ 5 rupees per thali, visit.
WHO guidelines on how to use PPEs rationally
The helpline Swaasthi is available for providing emotional support and referral linkages to healthcare workers and counsellors responding to Covid-19. It is multilingual and confidential.
To access a Jan Aushadhi centre near you in Mumbai, navigate through this map
A list of fever clinics in Mumbai can be accessed here
If you face trouble coping with Covid-19, you can contact out helpline for psychosocial care to take care of your mental health during the pandemic via this link: http://icallhelpline.org/
You can access a shelter or a jan aushadhi centre using this google map.
Here is a list of state-wise contacts to apply for an e-pass:
National Migrant Information System, on the NDMA platform to help the persons who are wishing to travel, volunteer registration and facilitators. It also has a list of relief centres for workforce who are travelling to their native places.
You can access it here National Migrant Information System
This is an interactive map of relief camps run by the National Disaster Management Authority.
We present a list of manuals and guides issued by trusted sources that can help you in your endeavour to fight Covid-19
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