Our Services

We will be hosting a number of services on TBRN.ORG. These services are to help people within the UK to access information, services, and resources. Here are some of the services we have. 

  1. One 2 One Virtual Support.
    1. Staff from TBRN.ORG are trained to help people by providing One 2 One interaction via the website's messenger system.
    2. You can also message the team direct via our Facebook page. The chat will be available via the bottom right of the website.
  2. Charity and Organizations
    1. Charities and Organizations can both register for the website and service users can message service providers directly.
    2. Our staff should be able to point you to the right service providers as long as they are on our website to help you with your needs.
    3. We will try to keep local and regional services listed on our website, so service users of our website can find and access information easily.
  3. Peer 2 Peer Support
    1. Service users can message and interact with other service users in many ways.
    2. Service users can post to their own profiles asking for help from other service users on the website. 
  4. Groups
    1. Groups are a great way to find specific information regarding specialist needs. From mental health, physical health, and many other types of problems.
    2. We have dedicated categories for the following subjects.
      1. Mental Health
      2. Disabilities
      3. Medical Treatments
    3. Groups will also be able to host events for funding and more.
  5. Events
    1. Events are a great way to find personal, community, and organizational events like fundraisers, virtual events, and more.

We will update this as we develop the website.

This was last updated 24/10/2020

Our Website Features

Our website is still in development but this is what to come to TBRN.ORG

  1. #Channels - Used like tags to find information and common content on TBRN.ORG
  2. Conversations - A way to communicate with other Service Users and Service Providers.
  3. Discussions - Post questions, or maybe some information you have come across that may help other members.
  4. Events - From virtual events to fundraising events and more, can be posted on our Events section.
  5. Groups - Groups are a good way to gather people for causes, petitions, subjects, and so much more. Groups have the following features.
    1. Discussions
    2. Posts
    3. Events
  6. Notifications - Notifications of website activity, so you will always be kept updated.
  7. Posts - Post questions and more on your own profile timeline for others to help and respond.
  8. Timeline - Timeline is the veins to the heart of TBRN.ORG letting Service Users know the content from other Service Users and Service Providers.

This was updated on 24/10/2020.

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Prime Minister confirms move to Plan B in England

  • Move to Plan B confirmed as Omicron spreads across UK, with early analysis suggesting cases could be doubling at a rate of as little as 2.5 to 3 days
  • Face masks to become compulsory in most public indoor venues, other than hospitality
  • NHS Covid Pass to be mandatory in specific settings, using a negative test or full vaccination via the NHS Covid Pass
  • Vaccines and testing remain our best lines of defence
  • People asked to work from home if they can

The Prime Minister has today [Wednesday 8 December] confirmed that England will move to Plan B following the rapid spread of the Omicron variant in the UK.

Urgent work has been ongoing to understand the impact of the new variant with regards to vaccines, treatments and transmissibility. Early indications showed a large number of concerning spike protein mutations as well as mutations in other parts of the viral genome.

On Saturday 27 November, the government acted quickly to slow the spread of Omicron while more data was collected and assessed.

The most recent data suggests that Omicron has a very high growth rate and is spreading rapidly. S-gene drop out cases have grown from 0.15% of cases during the week of 21st November, to 3.3% of cases since 5 December in England. There are currently 568 cases confirmed across the UK and early analysis from the UK Health Security Agency suggesting the doubling time could be as little as 2.5 to 3 days.

As seen in previous waves, a swift rise in cases can lead to a rapid rise in hospitalisations, which will quickly lead to pressure on the NHS. The data in South Africa is showing a rapid increase in hospitalisations.

As a result of this concerning data the Prime Minister has acted quickly and with caution, confirming Plan B measures will come into force while more data on vaccine efficacy and disease severity is assessed. Plan B was set out in September and will help to slow the spread of the variant and reduce the chances of the NHS coming under unsustainable pressure, while buying time to deliver more boosters.

While it is likely there is some level of reduced vaccine effectiveness against Omicron, it is still too early to determine the extent of this.

The government will continue to look closely at all the emerging data but vaccines remain our best line of defence and it is now more vital than ever that those who are unvaccinated come forward, and those eligible for their boosters book when called.

Today the NHS confirmed a huge expansion of the booster programme, with the National Booking Service now open to all those aged over 40 to book their jabs. The dose interval has also been shortened from six months to three months, with those eligible now able to book a month in advance – two months after their second dose.

The vaccine programme will be supported by the continued development of world-leading treatments. Today the Prime Minister confirmed a new national study that will see 10,000 UK patients at risk of serious illness from COVID-19 given the treatment molnupiravir to treat their symptoms at home.

Testing will also be a vital tool in controlling the spread given the likely increased transmissibility of Omicron. As there is now demonstrated community transmission of Omicron, we intend to introduce daily contact tests for contacts of confirmed positive cases instead of the ten-day self-isolation period.

Everyone should test using a lateral flow device, particularly before entering a high-risk setting involving people you wouldn’t normally come into contact with, or when visiting a vulnerable person. Lateral flow devices remain free of charge and can be collected from local pharmacies.

From Friday 10 December, face coverings will become compulsory in most public indoor venues, such as cinemas, theatres and places of worship. There will be exemptions in venues where it is not practical to wear one, such as when you are eating, drinking or exercising. For that reason, face masks will not be required in hospitality settings.

From Monday 13 December, those who can will be advised to work from home.

From Wednesday 15 December, and subject to parliamentary approval, the NHS Covid Pass on the NHS App will become mandatory for entry into nightclubs and settings where large crowds gather – including unseated indoor events with 500 or more attendees, unseated outdoor events with 4,000 or more attendees and any event with 10,000 or more attendees.

People will be able to demonstrate proof of two vaccine doses via the app. Having considered the evidence since the emergence of Omicron, proof of a negative lateral flow test will also be accepted.

Introducing Covid-status certification from next Wednesday will give businesses a week’s notice, as promised in the government’s proposals for introducing mandatory certification published in September.

A full list of guidance on these changes will be available on gov.uk in the coming days. Face covering regulations will be laid in parliament tomorrow, with the remaining regulations laid on Monday 13 December.

Parliament will debate the measures next week, with a vote expected to take place on Tuesday 14 December.

The government will keep the data under constant review. The regulations set to expire six weeks after implementation, with a review after three weeks.

Taken together, the government is hopeful these measures will reduce transmission and slow the spread of the Omicron variant, and will continue to urge those eligible to get their boosters when called.

Find out the local restrictions.

To find out your local restrictions please visit the BBC News Website.

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Mental Health Is Important

@ TBRN.ORG we are strong believers in Mental Health and the support people may need, even if they do not realize themselves. 

So because of this, we have dedicated a category to our Groups and our Discussions on this website to Mental Health and we are working on a sub-website where people will be able to join a website dedicated to Mental Health and to the support of people with Mental Health issues, you will be able to login to the dedicated Mental Health website with your login information from this website. 

Not just that we will be adding a special badge to profiles of service providers who specialize in Mental Health Services for service users and know that the service provider is verified as a Mental Health Service Provider as well as Organization Verification.

New Mental Health Community

Our new Mental Health Community will be dedicated to people with mental health needs, like asking a question, getting support or speaking to a trained Mental Health Support Worker.

Or maybe you are someone wanting to be a Mental Health Support Worker speaking to users of our website with their mental health needs. Volunteer below!

More information about the development of this section can be found below.

LGBTQIA Plus Friendly

We are a LGBTQIA Plus friendly website and do not tolerate any form of discrimination.


An online safe space for the LGBTQ+ Community to make new friends, create content, and much more. 

Say No To Racism

We do not tolerate racism from anyone regardless of color. Everyone is equal and we use this to moderate our website.


Disabilities don't define us as a person and not all disabilities can be seen. A lot of the time people with disabilities get overlooked and forgotten.

Not here we are disabled friendly website and do not tolerate discrimination. 

We are looking into having a special section on the website for people with disabilities along with specialized information.

Business Grants

Due to COVID 19 businesses are struggling and many are closing down.

This is not just affecting the business directly, staff but also families, and people's homes.

We are currently compiling a list of services and resources and will be updating TBRN.ORG as soon as we can. 

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