Update from MIN

Our latest Update on Mailchimp contains all the details of what we’ve been doing since the Covid-19 crisis began to support our service users and others 📰

We’d like to thank Corra Foundation, Maryhill Housing Association, The National Lottery, Glasgow City Council, Scottish Government, Impact Funding Partners and JMATrust for the funding and support they have provided to MIN during this challenging period that has enabled us to adapt to the crisis and continue to assist our group members and service users to stay connected and receive the help they need 💜

Click the link below to view the Update. You can also sign up to receive our updates direct to your inbox by filling in the Mailchimp sign up on the right hand side of the Home page.


Coronavirus Community Support

BEMIS Scotland have set up a dedicated online registration hub for members of ethnic minority communities who have to self-isolate and may need additional support to access support agencies, emergency relief or make contact with broader community support initiatives. Click on the Microsoft Forms link below to register for Coronavirus Community Support 📱💻

Microsoft Forms

Covid-19 update

We wanted to let you know that MIN is currently operating as usual but have put additional hygiene measures and information in place for staff, volunteers and service users and will continue to follow guidance from the Scottish Government on Covid-19 closely, taking appropriate action as necessary.
NHS Inform has added some specific advice on Covid-19 for refugees and asylum seekers living in Scotland. The update is to make clear that testing and treatment for Covid 19 will be free for everyone, regardless of residency status. Please click on the link for further information and for access to a fact sheet available in different languages and formats.