Community Wardens - Adam McKinley, team leader for the Kent Community Warden Service explains more about the services they provide.
Posted on 11th January 2024 at 09:00
At the Community Councils meeting on Wednesday 10th January at the St Mary's Community Centre, the Council were joined by Adam McKinley, the team leader for the Kent Community Warden Service.
Some of the main services they advised us they can provide are as follows:
Wellbeing service: help residents join local groups, get their confidence to be among their local community.
Mental health: help and support residents who suffer from mental health – signpost to organisations/charities that can help.
Doctors: Help contact Doctors on your behalf.
Anti-Social behavior and Neighbourhood disputes: support resident/s who are affected by anti-social behaviour/neighbourhood disputes.
Vulnerable Adults accessing care or support: help vulnerable residents who are struggling to access to care or support, work with charities on benefits.
Social Services: work with Social services to make sure support is granted.
Victims of Scams: support residents who have been victims of scams, and support them reporting to trading standards.
Reporting: can offer support in reporting fly tipping, potholes, and anti – social behavior.
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