LGBT+ People: Share How Coronavirus Has Affected You

June 12th, 2020 by

Intercom Trust and Manchester LGBT Foundation are working in partnership with this important survey.

 

Survey

 

This survey is being carried out to help us identify how LGBT+ communities in the South West are being affected by the current coronavirus crisis and will help to shape the support that is being provided. Information you choose to share with us may be used in policy documents which will be publicised. However you will not be identified by anything we include. All questions are optional. This survey should only take 10 minutes.

Please note this survey is for South West residents only. If you’re from any other area in the UK, please follow this link https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/covid19impactLGBT. If you have already answered LGBT Foundation’s survey on the impact of coronavirus please do not answer either survey.

If you have any questions regarding this survey or would like to provide any further feedback please email office@intercomtrust.org.uk

Support:

Please note that survey responses won’t be analysed or looked at until after the closure of the survey, and that if anyone needs urgent support to please call our helpline for immediate help as we recognise some of the questions are sensitive and may flag up immediate issues.

For advice and support call the Intercom Trust helpline 0800 612 3010 or you can email helpline@intercomtrust.org.uk and one of our team will get back to you shortly.

For more information on how Intercom Trust can help you during this time, please visit: https://www.intercomtrust.org.uk/item/214-we-are-here-for-you

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Healthwatch survey

June 2nd, 2020 by

The Healthwatch Survey has been launched.

The Healthwatch survey aims to investigate the impact of Covid-19 on people across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. This includes how changes in health and social care services have affected people, as well as the impact of Covid-19 on mental wellbeing. It also looks into what information and services people are accessing and what else could be done to support people.

Take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/cornwallcoronavirussurvey

 

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Online survey for families of former members of the UK Armed Forces with a substance use problem

July 10th, 2019 by

Thanks to funding from Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT), Adfam is working with the University of York to find out about the experiences and needs of families of former members of the UK Armed Forces with substance use problems, before utilising these findings to develop a new peer support intervention for this group of families.

We recently launched an online survey to hear from families first-hand:
http://bit.ly/family-veterans-survey

This survey is specifically for any family member of a former member of the UK armed forces with a substance use problem. If you are eligible, please do take part and tell us more about your experiences  – and if you work with any families affected in this way please share this information with them and circulate across your networks.

The survey will take up to 45 minutes to complete.

All participants are in with a chance of winning one of two £50 high street vouchers.

Take part in the survey here:
http://bit.ly/family-veterans-survey

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Rural Domestic Abuse Research Survey

November 22nd, 2018 by

We are pleased to support one of the largest surveys looking into Domestic Abuse in the UK and would like to provide this opportunity for any of our clients or former clients to opt in to this National Survey. Your experience when taken alongside that of hundreds of other people who have had similar or contrasting experiences helps to provide an accurate picture of Domestic Abuse across our county as well as contributing to a more national picture.

The survey should take around 5-10 minutes to complete. No personal details will be taken in this survey, so your response will be anonymous. If you feel you can help please click on the link below:

https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4678535/DVA-Survey

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