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Support & Advice

Action on Addiction
Action on Addiction
This group is for anyone who has been affected by a loved one’s misuse of alcohol or drugs. The group offers a safe space in which family members can speak openly, with the support of our family group facilitator and others going through the same experiences.

Every Thursday at The Brink

Contact: Cath Emberton
0151 703 0582
Advice Surgeries
Advice Surgeries
Description: Advice surgeries are held every Thursday. If you would like an appointment to see Luciana, Please call 0151 228 1628

Contact name: Luciana Berger
0151 228 1628
Age Concern Liverpool & Sefton
Age Concern Liverpool & Sefton is a charity dedicated to protecting and promoting the wellbeing of people aged 50+. Established in 1928, we provide a range of direct services which make life better for local older people.

Contact name: Holly Wood
0151 330 5568
Basement Advisory Centre
At The Basement we recognise that homelessness does not happen in isolation to other life experiences which may include one or all of the following; ill health, relationship break down, mental illness, addiction, abuse and financial issues. We believe in offering a person centred approach to support people through these issues through a range of in-house and partnership services that meet the specific needs of our clients.

Contact name: Lindsay Dixon
Energy Projects Plus
Energy Projects Plus
Energy Projects plus is an independent social enterprise and registered environmental charity that has been in operation since 1995.

Our aim is to empower members of the community to take action on reducing their own energy bills by providing information and support on how to be energy efficient.

Our vision is to reduce levels of fuel poverty in the Cheshire and Merseyside area and promote warmer homes nationwide.

Our plan is to advance the education of the public about energy efficiency and other environmental initiatives, including the alleviation of fuel poverty and the minimisation of waste produced by electricity generating stations through the promotion of energy efficiency.

Contact name: Peter Owen
0151 639 9499
It’s all about MONEY!
Free money guidance for older people

Helping you to manage your money more effectively and maximise your income
Increasing your confidence in accessing online financial services
Informal and jargon-free group and one to one sessions

Contact name: Nina Houghton
0151 294 3045
Liverpool Citizens Advice Partnership
Our aim is to encourage collaborative working and communication between us and Liverpool Bureaux and our other partner agencies. We achieve this by co-ordinating and developing LCAP led services and projects that are provided through LCAP and delivered by Liverpool bureaux and our partner agencies.

LCAP co-ordinate activities, procedures and systems to promote common policies and practices across the Partnership. We also promote training opportunities and co-ordinate training activities in response to identified needs of Liverpool Bureaux and our partner agencies.

Contact name: Rachel Howley
0151 733 8833
Roma Community Development Worker
Providing advice and support to the local Roma community.

Every Tuesday 10-30 - 4pm
Kensington Community Learning Centre CIC
291-299 Kensington
L7 2RG

Contact Name: Alexandra Bahor
Sickle Cell Family Support Group
To improve the quality of life of children with sickle cell, thalassaemia and other haemoglobinopathies in a positive way.

To provide professional support to the parents of such children in time of crisis in order to ease the burden.

To provide home support to such parents during crisis time when they might be required to be in hospital with the child/children in crisis.

to organise and arrange specific trips for such children in order to further improve their quality of life so as to take their minds off the effect of the condition.


Contact name: Joke Aduroja