COVID-19 Changes to Financial Help Services

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Many services are responding to the COVID-19 Crisis by changing how they operate and facilitate services for those in need.

PHONE BASED SERVICES remain open and available for clients. These include Financial Counselling that would normally take many face to face appointments around the state. Most of these resources have now been made available as phone appointments. (To make document presentation easier you may want to download a mobile scanner App if you do not have scanning capability at home. Apps such as Fast scanner, Genius and Tiny Scanner are available from Apple and Google play).

FACE-TO-FACE appointments and contacts have been reduced, cancelled or are managed through social distancing. Most services have put in place an appointment booking system with no walk ins. Information about these services and their operating policies may be updated on the service's website and worth checking before you make an enquiry.

All services will be responding to current health advice and so you can presume that the Governments current Health guidelines will need to be followed. Anyone with health issues as indicated by the health advice should refrain from attending and should indicate this before making appointments. South Australian Governments Social Distancing measures: https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/how-to-protect-yourself-and-others-from-coronavirus-covid-19/physical-distancing-for-coronavirus-covid-19

If you cannot find a service in the App or Website then it may not be operating through the crisis and has been removed to make it easier to navigate through services that are still operating.

Please be patient with service staff and let us know of any good or bad experiences, changes you think we have missed or ways in which you have managed through this crisis. You can contact us by e-mail fcsupport@salvationarmy.org or drop us a line on social media.

Stay informed, stay safe and if possible stay at home.


Last updated 17 September, 2020