COVID - 19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. Its caused by a virus called coronavirus

What to look out for?


A dry cough

A temperature


shortness of breath (in more severe cases)


Public Health England have advised :


You should stay at home if you are unwell with a new, continous cough or high temperature. This will help to avoid spreading the infections to others. The recommendation that everyone follows social distancing advice, especially if you or someone in your household has an underlying health condition. Social distancing involves avoiding: contact with someone with symptoms, non essential use of public transport, gatherings with friends, families and large groups. 


If you, or someone you live with has symptoms, then all household members must stay at home and not leave for 14 days. If your condition gets worse, or your symptoms do not get better after 7 days, then use the NHS 111 online. 


Please access the NHS England website for further advice:


Enact updates 

Update 09.7.20

With restrictions easing we now believe it is the right time to start slowly bringing back some youth provisons. (Please go to the youth section for more info) We are working in line with the Nation Youth Agency and they have now lowered the level of risk to amber which means we can do some small group work inside and outside the building. Our aim is to do more outdoor activities in the summer but we must continue to social distance and follow government guidelines. Please keep an eye on ur social media platforms for more information.



Twitter - @enact_info 


Instagram - @enactcommunity



Update 24.6.20

Lockdown in England will ease from the 4th of July. However enact will still be doing all their projects via online and digital platforms. We are working in line with the National Youth Agency so please do check out their website for more information. We hope and believe that we will be able to see everyone really soon. In the mean time do engage with us on Twitter and Instagram.


National Youth Agency website -


Twitter - @enact_info 


Instagram - @enactcommunity



Update: 18.3.20

Based on the recent goverment advice about reducing/stopping social gatherings due to the Coronavirus outbreak we have taken the decision to end all provisions here at enact until further notice. We have not taken this decision lightly and the safety of participants and staff is paramount. We will maintain contact through our twitter account and updates online. 


We recognise this closure will impact our enagagement within the community, however as community workers we will be contactable throughout the closures please email/text/call where appropriate. Stay safe and look after one another. Manju - enact Team Leader 


Update: 02.4.20

We are changing how we stay connected. Please check the link to our online timetable which shows what we are doing for the coming week on Twitter (@enact_info).


We also have our new Instagram page (enactcommunity) allowing us to post up messages/pictures/blogs/signposting to other sites, encouraging connectivity. 

We are trying a new way to connect with those and taking suggestions from the community. This is lead by what we hear and see from the enact community so please come and get involved. 


We are all staying home and doing our bit for safety, the NHS but also our country and we know this is a difficult time however we are going for our 'one walk a day' outside. We can appreciate that for some there is a reluctancy due to the fear of Covid-19, but as long as you are using the social distancing guidance of 2 metres apart, this is considered acceptable. Check out the team walks next week encouraging to get out once a day. Stay safe all.


Update: 20.4.20


Last week we were told by the government that the lockdown would continue for another 3 weeks, that means we will continue to share what we can here at enact online. That is, as much as we possibly can do working from home. This has been a huge adjustment to us all but we know that we are doing our bit for the country and safety is paramount to us all.

We have had a chance to reflect and open our eyes to all the wonderful agencies out there trying to make a difference. If you need the support it is there for you.


Update: 4.05.2020

There are plenty ways to get involved here at enact. Go to our instagram an twitter to find our regular challenges that the team have beeen attempting, or check out our fortnightly competitions where you could be in for a chance of winning £35 worth of isolation goodies to help you during this lockdown. We are available Monday to Friday during workign hours so you can simply just get in touch with the team. This week we are looking at our value of 'positive to learning'... what do you think that means?




Here is a list of sites that we feel could help some people. There is reference to the lockdown and Covid-19 (C19). Please share where appropriate: : Supported by London councils, Mayor of London, NHS, Public health England and Thrive LDN. Over 120 online resources covering wellbeing. : Mental health charity. : Women’s refuge advice and support in Enfield and Haringey : Support for Enfield residents affected by C19. : Providing support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope or at risk of suicide. : National centre for domestic violence. : bereavement support (C19 related). : MASH safeguarding portal. : The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children is a charity campaigning and working in child protection. : Childline is a counselling service for children and young people up to their 19th birthday. Home start is a local community of trained volunteers an expert support helping families with young children through their challenging times.



Mental health Links 


Is it important to look after your mental wellbeing, recognise when you feel low or happy and work on your feelings. The way we describe this is you would go to a doctor if you hurt yourself, the same way you should look after your mental wellbeing and get information regarding this. This is why we have complied some mental health links taken from reputable organisations such as the NHS. There are 950 different organisations listed.


Take a look, its ok to make yourself aware of what is happening and there is always support around if you choose that route. 

You can speak to someone from the team to help point you in the right direction. 



Action for Happiness

Aims to build a happier society for everyone

Action for Kids

Charity that helps young disabled people live full and independent lives

Alternatives to Violence Project

Workshops for people who want to handle conflict well. Offers a free service to NHS referrals

Anxiety UK

Provides support to people who have been diagnosed with an anxiety condition

Action on Addiction

Charity seeking new ways to prevent and treat nicotine, alcohol and drug abuse


Provides information and support about ADHD and related learning and behavioural difficulties

Alternatives to Violence Project

Workshops for people who want to handle conflict well. Offers a free service to NHS referrals

Anxiety UK

Provides support to people who have been diagnosed with an anxiety condition


Information and support for transgender people


Aims to support children, adults and families with special care needs


Confidential sexual health advice for people under the age of 25

Carers UK

Campaigns for the rights and interests of carers. With links to information for carers


Campaign to inform the government, food industry and public about salt and its effects on health

Children's Food Trust

Promotes the education and health of young people and improves the quality of school food

Compassionate Friends

Organisation for bereaved families offering support and advice

Counselling Resource

Information about mental health and the help that is available

Dear Albert

Help and support for people affected by addiction

Depression UK

Information and support for people who are affected by depression

Diabetes / healthtalkonline

Includes videos of patients describing how certain conditions have affected their lives

Eating Disorders Support

Help and support to anyone affected by an eating problem, their families and carers

Families Anonymous

Helps family and friends of people with a current, suspected or former drug problem

Fostering Network

Works to ensure children in foster care receive the highest standards of care

FPA (Family Planning Association)

Aims to improve sexual health and reproductive rights and choices

Health Friends

A site where people can meet to talk about a wide range of health issues

Home Hygiene and Health

Promotes health and wellbeing through improved hygiene. Includes a range of factsheets


Help and support to those affected by cancer, their families and carers

Men's Health Forum

Independent body that aims to tackle issues affecting the health and well-being of boys and men

Mental Health Matters

Support for people across the UK who are affected by mental health


Family support group for children and teenagers with gender identity issues


Free interactive online programme for people who are affected by mental health


Provides printable self-help guides for people who are affected by mental health issues

National Youth Agency

Provides support to promote youth work and encourage young people’s personal and social development

PAPYRUS – Prevention of Young Suicide

Support for teenagers and young adults dealing with suicide, depression or emotional distress


Promotes parents' and carers' awareness of children’s early learning and development

Pink Therapy

Promotes high quality therapy for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender


Provides confidential emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair


Encourages creativity for people who are affected by mental health. Includes a range of activitie

The Mix

A free and confidential resource for people under 25

Think U Know

Information and advice about how children can stay safe online

Young Minds

Information on child and adolescent mental health plus mental health services for young people








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