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Over 70s Coronavirus Community Careline now open

23 March 2020

Stevenage Football Club's Coronavirus Community Careline is now open to take calls from local residents who need help whilst in self-isolation...

Vulnerable adults in self-isolation including over 70's and people classed as 'at risk' can call 01438 222 222 from 10am on Monday to access the Community Careline and speak to our team. See details on the services on offer below:

The Club's Foodbank team will work closely with relevant communtiy groups and local foodbanks to help collect and deliver items to those that need them most. Call if you are in self-isolation and would like to donate, or if you would like more information about local foodbanks.

Thanks to local businesses and suppliers, fridges are fully stocked for the Community Kitchen Service, which is now taking orders. If you or somebody you know in self-isolation needs an additional meal, please get in-touch.

The Community Service is to help local residents with everyday requirements, ranging from posting mail, picking up prescriptions to walking the dog. Please note, due to safety guidelines, staff members won’t be able to enter the homes of residents and no money can be exchanged.

The Friendly Chat service is headed by the Club's Health and Wellbeing expert, who is trained in dealing with vulnerable people and those suffering with their mental health. The service will provide a friendly ear and provide details of additional support services available.

The Club’s services are under constant review as the situation develops and all staff will work within approved guidelines to ensure everybody’s safety.

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