The project will engage and involve communities to celebrate Sefton’s people and places, with the borough’s golden anniversary (1974-2024) the focus for an activity programme particularly raising social and cultural heritage awareness. Our project will create a gateway for increased recognition of community heritage and more inclusive contributions borough-wide, concluding with activity to support Sefton’s… Read more »
Sefton CVS are pleased to be working with Cheshire and Merseyside Cancer Alliance to encourage and enable groups in the voluntary sector to increase cancer awareness.
Based in Crosby, we offer drop-in sessions between the hours of 5-11pm on Friday (by appointment only), Saturday and Sunday to give adults aged 18+ a place of safety as an alternative to A&E. We offer one to one support and a social space with refreshments, to reduce distress and better manage crisis situations. We… Read more »
Based in Southport, we offer drop-in sessions between the hours of 5-11pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to give adults aged 18+ a place of safety as an alternative to A&E. We offer one to one support and a social space with refreshments, to reduce distress and better manage crisis situations. We can also provide… Read more »
Sefton 4 Good is a charity initiative from Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (CVS). It encourages local people to come together and give their time, skills, money and resources to help local good causes.
The Health & Wellbeing Trainers are part of the Integrated Care Team in South Sefton, which also includes Community Matron, District Nurses, Social Workers, Mental Health Team, Occupational Therapy, Medicines Management, Physiotherapist and Community Dietician.
The Sefton CVS Hospital Discharge Service aims to provide free, practical support for Sefton residents, for up to six weeks after discharge from a hospital or health setting.
Community Within Communities: Our Voices to be Heard will celebrate Sefton’s people and places, engaging volunteers and community groups across the borough in a range of heritage activities.
The High Intensity Use of Services team are dedicated to working one on one with patients who are frequent users of emergency services and non-elective admissions to A&E.
Sefton’s Crisis Cafe’s offer out of hours drop-in support Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 5pm -11pm to anyone experiencing a mental health crisis, giving adults aged 18+ a place of safety as an alternative to A&E.
Social Prescribing Link Workers support people to improve their health and wellbeing, helping them to identify ‘what matters to them’ and develop an action plan to help them live healthier, happier lives by addressing non-medical issues.
The Community Connectors work with anyone over the age of 18 to help them get out and about more in their local community by going along to groups or social activities and meeting new people.