Kveðja frá samráðshópum um áfallahjálp á Austurlandi (English/Polski below)

Samráðshópar um áfallahjálp í umdæmi lögreglustjórans á Austurlandi hafa nú verið virkjaðir vegna Covid-19 faraldursins, en í þeim hópum sitja fulltrúar Rauða krossins, Félagsþjónustu, Heilbrigðisstofnunar Austurlands, lögreglu og Þjóðkirkjunnar á svæðinu. Með þessari kveðju til íbúa Austurlands viljum við vekja athygli á þeirri þjónustu sem í boði er og hvetja til uppbyggilegrar samstöðu.

Eðlilegt er að margir finni fyrir öryggisleysi og kvíða þessa dagana. Staða mála breytist ört og við kunnum að óttast um heill og velferð okkar sjálfra eða okkar nánustu. Við það getur bæst einsemd og jafnvel einangrun hjá sumum, nú þegar flestöll hefðbundin starfsemi raskast og minna er um heimsóknir en ella. Við slíkar aðstæður er mikilvægt að við stöndum saman sem samfélag og hjálpumst að með bjartsýni og náungakærleika að vopni. Hér eru nokkrar leiðir til þess:

1) Hugsum til ættingja, kunningja og nágranna, einkum þeirra sem tilheyra viðkvæmum hópi. Getum við hringt uppörvandi símtal, aðstoðað við innkaup eða aðrar nauðþurftir, eða jafnvel leiðbeint t.d. um tölvunotkun? Ágæt þumalputtaregla er að gera ekki endilega ráð fyrir að „einhver annar“ muni hafa samband við viðkomandi.

2) Hugum að sjálfum okkur og nýtum dagana í jákvæða virkni eins og kostur er, t.d. nám, vinnu, hreyfingu, símtöl við fólkið okkar, bóklestur, andlega iðkun, spil með fjölskyldunni og fleira sem byggir upp eða gefur okkur gleði.  Dveljum ekki óhóflega lengi við fréttamiðlana, sérstaklega ekki ef fréttirnar valda okkur óróleika.

3) Ef við finnum til kvíða eða depurðar, eða vantar annan stuðning, verum þá óhrædd við að nýta okkur þær bjargir sem standa til boða. Munum að samtal við þann sem getur og vill hlusta er oft versti óvinur kvíðans og einmanaleikans.

Prestar Þjóðkirkjunnar veita sálgæslu og stuðningsviðtöl óháð trúfélagsaðild eða lífsskoðun. Símanúmer og netföng presta má finna á egilsstadaprestakall.is og á facebooksíðum Hofsprestakalls og Austfjarðaprestakalls

Rauði krossinn 1717, https://www.facebook.com/raudikrossinn/

Covid sími HSA er 470 3066, þar er líka hægt að fá sálrænan stuðning.

Geðhjálp https://gedhjalp.is/radgjof-i-gegnum-netid/

Félagsþjónusta Fljótsdalshéraðs 4700700

Félagsþjónusta Fjarðabyggðar 4709000

ENGLISH: Greetings from your local crisis support groups,

In order to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, crisis support groups have now been activated in the region directed by the East Iceland District Police Commissioner. These groups include representatives of the police, the Red Cross, municipal Social Services, the Health Directorate of East Iceland, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Iceland, which is often called the National Church. Through this message to East Iceland residents, we want to call everyone’s attention to the services offered and to encourage a positive, unifying outlook.

It’s no wonder that many of us feel worried and insecure these days. Conditions have been changing fast, and we may be concerned about our own health and well-being, or that of our closest family. Some of us may be plagued by loneliness or even isolation, since most routines have been disrupted and visits by friends are rare. It’s important for us as a community to stand together in such times, arming ourselves with optimism as well as affection for those around us so that we can help each other. Here are several things we can do:

1) Let’s think about our relatives, acquaintances and neighbours, especially if they belong to a vulnerable group. Can we phone them, assist with shopping or other needs, or possibly help them in using their computer? A good rule of thumb is generally not to assume that „someone else“ is likely to contact them.

2) Not forgetting ourselves, let’s use our days to the utmost for cultivating activities such as education, work, exercise, reading, spiritual pursuits, playing games with the family, phoning, and whatever else nurtures and cheers us. On the other hand, we should not spend too much time on the news media, in particular if the news tends to upset us.

3) If we feel anxious or depressed or in need of other support, let’s not be shy about taking advantage of the resources at hand. Our best tool for fighting off worries or loneliness is often just talking to someone who wants and is able to listen.

Here are some useful contacts concerning the corona epidemic:

The ministers of Iceland’s Evangelical Lutheran Church provide pastoral care and personal counselling without regard to religious affiliation or belief. You can contact an area pastor via the telephone numbers and e-mail addresses at http://www.egilsstadaprestakall.is (for the Egilsstaðir parishes) or the Facebook pages of the Hof parishes (Hofsprestakall) and the East Fjords parishes (Austfjarðaprestakall).


The Red Cross Helpline, Tel. 1717, https://www.facebook.com/raudikrossinn/

The COVID phoneline of the Health Directorate of East Iceland, Tel. 470 3066, where psychological help is also available

The Icelandic Mental Health Alliance, https://gedhjalp.is/radgjof-i-gegnum-netid/

Municipal Social Services, Fljótsdalshérað; Tel. 4 700 700

Municipal Social Services, Fjarðabyggð; Tel. 470 9000

Iceland’s COVID website, https://www.covid.is, where you can select English and a number of other languages

POLSKI:

Pozdrawia zespół doradczy pomocy o doznanym szoku

Zespół doradczy pomocy o doznanym szoku z porozumieniem z policją na wszchodzie został aktywowany z powodu epidemii Covid-19, w tej grupie znajduje się zarządca czerwonego krzyża, usługi społeczne, Ministerstwo Zdrowia na Wschodzie, policja i Kościół Narodowy w okolicy. Z pozdrowieniami dla mieszkańców wschodniej Islandii chcielibyśmy zwrócić uwagę na oferowane usługi i zachęcić do konstruktywnej solidarności.

Jest to normalne że na chwilę obecną odczówamy niepokój i niepewność. Stan ten szybko się zmienia i możemy obawiać się o dobro własne i naszych bliskich. Do tego dochodzi samotność, a nawet izolacja w niektórych przypadkach, na chwilę obecna wszystkie codzienne zajęcia są zakłócone jednocześnie zmniejszyła się liczba wizyt niż była do tej pory. W takich okolicznościach ważne jest, abyśmy stali razem i pomagali sąsiadom z optymizmem, okazywali miłość do bliźniego, to działa jak broń. Oto kilka sposobów, aby to zrobić:

  1. Pomysł dla krewnych znajomych i sąsiadów, szczególnie tych należących do wrażliwej grupy. Możemy zadzwonić z propozycją udzielenia pomocy w zakupach lub innych w potrzebach, a nawet doradzić np. jak korzystać z komputera. Dobrą zasadą jest niekoniecznie zakładać, że „ktoś inny” się z nimi skontaktuje.
  • Pomysł dla nas, jak spędzać dni pozytywnie i aktywnie najlepiej jak potrafimy, np. uczenie się, praca, ćwiczenia, rozmowy telefoniczne z naszymi bliskimi, czytanie książek, praktyka duchowa, gry rodzinne i inne rzeczy, które budują lub dają nam radość. Nie zostawaj zbyt długo z mediami, szczególnie jeśli wiadomość nas poruszają.
  • Jeśli odczuwamy niepokój lub smutek lub potrzebujemy wsparcia innego człowieka, nie bójmy się korzystać z tego co jest dla nas dostępne.

Kapłani Kościoła Narodowego udzielają pomocy psychologicznej i wsparcia, niezależnie od przynależności religijnej lub poglądów na życie. Numery telefonów i adresy księży można znaleźć na stronie  egilsstadaprestakall.is  oraz na stronach Facebooka Hofsprestakalls i Austfjarðaprestakalls.

 Czerwony krzyż   1717, https://www.facebook.com/raudikrossinn/

Przychodnie Lekarskie HSA 470 3066  tam również można uzyskać wsparcie psychologiczne.

Pomoc psychologiczna  https://gedhjalp.is/radgjof-i-gegnum-netid/

Usługi socjalne Fljótsdalshéraðs 4700700

Usługi socjalne Fjarðabyggðar 4709000

https://www.covid.is/polski

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