There's no doubt that when your home life is less than ideal and you are facing problems then this will affect you in many ways.
These pages offer support on a wide variety of issues that you may be facing and give guidance on how to cope. It covers subjects such as:
- Support for those who care for others
- Avoiding negative thoughts
- Childcare costs
- Staying safe online
- Identity theft
- Coping with your emotions
- Work-life balance
Browse through the Related Information Sheets below, type your query into the search bar at the top of this page or you can use the Ask a Question feature to receive a personal response for your particular situation.
Are you a Carer?
If you have caring responsibilities or are cared for, then the GroceryAid Carers Programme could help you. We have put together a tailored programme to help relieve some of the stress caused by caring. It is aimed at helping those in the grocery industry carry on whilst they are caring and is open to all those who currently work, or have worked in the industry. The programme is also open to those who are cared for and who have previous grocery industry service.
Our information sheet on Caring provides more details on the programme.
You may also be interested in our Telephone Befriending Service, which aims to alleviate social isolation and support vulnerable carers/adults across the UK.
As we move through life we can experience changes and transitions that can put pressure on our relationships. At these times it’s good to know that there’s support available to help you, your partner or family cope with both the emotional and practical impact on your lives together.
GroceryAid has partnered with Relate to provide free relationship counselling and support for grocery colleagues in England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Find out more about how to access Relate counselling services through GroceryAid.