This year we’ve been promoting #TerraceTalk – a fan-led mental health initiative – to encourage open and honest conversations about mental health and encourage supporters who need them to seek out mental health support services.
As part of our mental health campaign – #TerraceTalk – we spoke to three of our supporter representatives, Paul Severn from Nottingham Forest Supporters Trust, Nick from the Canaries Trust & the Canaries Trust Mental Health Hub and Geoff Bielby from Hull City Supporters’ Trust, about how supporters groups can go about setting up a mental health project within their communities.
Today as part of our Mental Health Awareness week activity one of the volunteers who was instrumental in the creation of the #TerraceTalk campaign, Paul Severn of Nottingham Forest Supporters Trust, tells us why football is an important vehicle for talking about mental health problems…
For Mental Health Awareness Week and as part of our ongoing mental health campaign – #TerraceTalk – we spoke to two of our supporter representatives, Bik Singh from Blues4All and Gemma Teale from Brentford Independent Association of Supporters & LGBeeT’s about why supporters groups might consider setting up a mental health project within their communities.
Last month we held our first #TerraceTalk panel event hosted by Anwar Uddin (FSA Fans for Diversity lead) and Chris Paouros (FSA National Council). It’s part of the wider #TerraceTalk campaign which is a supporter-led mental health campaign you can find out more about here.