About Living Well Sefton
Ever thought it was time to change how you live in order to improve your health?
Living a healthy life doesn’t mean making huge alterations. But making a change can make you feel good about yourself.
Living Well Sefton is a FREE service with a focus on supporting people with issues that may be affecting their health and wellbeing. It is collaboration of various Sefton organisations which have the expertise and knowledge to share with you.
As part of the service, there are a number of Living Well Mentors to talk to and they work with you on a one-to-one basis to identify health areas and see where small tweaks can be made that may have a big impact on improving your health. Such as: exercise, cooking and eating better, stopping smoking, coping better with stressful situations, help with debt and benefits, and more.
You can contact us via several routes:
- You can call us on 0300 323 0181
- Or pop in to see one of our partners
The Living Well Mentors are linked with some of our partners and these are: Brighter Living Partnership, Active Sefton, May Logan Centre, Stop Smoking Service, Feelgood Factory, and Citizens Advice Sefton. Our other partners are: Sefton Council’s Public Health team, Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (Sefton CVS), and Fun4Kidz.
Our partners are here to support you and your family every step of the way.
Living Well Sefton Community Resilience Grants Round Two – NOW OPEN! (closing 9th June)
Living Well Sefton has launched the second round of its Community Resilience Grant to support local community groups and individuals in delivering health and wellbeing projects.
The grants have already benefited many communities when the first round of funding was distributed at the beginning of the year. Applications are now being sought for the second round of funding..
Groups can apply to receive up to £2,000, with individuals being able to apply for smaller grants of up to £500 providing they are supported by a community partner.
Living Well Sefton expects the grants to be used on projects looking to actively engage local people in making positive changes to their health and wellbeing.
For more information on Living Well Sefton please visit www.livingwellsefton.org.uk
Alternatively, there is a print version of the application form available. To have one sent to you along with the grant criteria please email: LWS@seftoncvs.org.uk or ring Karen Nolan on 07720 602231 or Anne-Marie Morrison on 07857 149415 for more details.
The deadline for the grant is Friday, June 9.