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BOOST DAY is this Thursday 2nd December and is a day where you’ll see a mass media campaign takeover promoting the uptake of vaccines ahead of the festive season and there are a range of resources to support this on the Campaign Resource Centre (CRC). BOOST DAY will drive mass awareness and momentum around the importance of boosting your immunity this winter.

Messaging encourages those eligible to book their vaccines as soon as possible so we can all enjoy the festivities safely with our loved ones. This includes both flu and COVID-19 boosters, the evergreen offer for anyone still to get their 1st and 2nd doses of COVID-19 vaccine and second doses for 16-17-year olds. We welcome you all to get involved and use the BOOST DAY materials to make this day as big a success as possible.
 
Other new campaign material that you might have missed includes:

 
Winter Vaccinations
Covid-19 Health Behaviours
Hannukah Social Statics - For those who have not seen the new Festivals and Celebrations assets that went up on the 25th Nov - Hannukah runs until Dec 6 so there is still time to use these social media resources.
You can also find a helpful guide to navigating our Campaign Resource Centre (CRC).

Refugee Therapy Centre

The Refugee Therapy Centre was established in 1999 in response to the growing need for a therapeutic service which respected, and worked with the cultural and linguistic needs of refugees and asylum seekers. The Centre gives refugees the opportunity to be heard, and to receive help in their own language where possible.

The Centre’s main purpose is to empower refugees and asylum seekers to deal with their psychological difficulties by providing specialist counselling, psychotherapy and support. 
 
If people would like more information on the Refugee Therapy Centre or would like to be referred please 

  • visit the website on www.refugeetherapy.org.uk or 
  • contact the Operational Manager Sarah Lee on  sarah@refugeetherapy.org.uk  or on 020 7561 1587. 


 
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