Chatham Town have expanded their community support scheme to now offering free counselling.
The club’s management, coaches and committee members have been offering a number of services during lockdown including a delivery service for the vulnerable.
Whether it’s a need for someone to chat with, a food delivery service, food bank or an errand service, the club are willing to do their bit.
And now one of their supporters, Russell Kimble, has offered counselling to anyone in need.
Kimble is a qualified mental health first aider who runs his own support groups and holds regular mental health seminars with hospitals and key workers.
He is now available for anyone whose mental health is suffering.
Via Twitter Chatham announced: “As a community club we want to ensure our supporters and their loved ones feel they have a person they can talk to, whether that is via email, over the phone or even via a video chat.
Russell can be reached by phone on 07921 295220 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
🚨Medway We Are Here To Help🚨
We are now offering the community FREE counselling and support during these difficult times ⚽️⚽️
Chats Fan Russell Kimble will waiting on hand to help,details are below 👇🏼#TogetherWeWillBeatThis#UpTheChats 🔴⚫️🔴 pic.twitter.com/JvENiykcX7
— Chatham Town FC (@ChathamTownFC) April 22, 2020
Also, Chatham’s CTFC (Covid-19 Team For the Community) are offering their services to “vulnerable people in the community who are self isolating.”
They can provide a chat service, staying in touch with people to ensure they are okay, a food bank to collect food parcel donations while also offering to deliver it to those who are in need and an errand service for anyone that needs help.
“We, as a club, want to reach out to those in need in the community by assisting in these areas,”.
🚨WE ARE HERE TO HELP🚨
Chats committee delivering food & essentials in Medway today 🚗
By working together we can unite communities and we will beat this 👊🏼
Please see poster below for details if you need assistance/want to donate or lend a helping hand 👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼#UpTheChats 🔴⚫️🔴 pic.twitter.com/1nC055SwyK
— Chatham Town FC (@ChathamTownFC) April 19, 2020
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