These services accept self-referrals from patients. Please note there is a separate page dedicated to mental health, drug and alcohol services.
Live Well is a directory of care and support services, activities and information covering Knowsley, Liverpool, and Wirral.thelivewelldirectory.com
Careline is Liverpool City Council's adult social care provision. If you, or someone you know, is eligible for support from adult social care, a support enquiry will help us decide what the next steps should be. The support enquiry is not an assessment - it will help to decide if you need a full care needs assessment or identify other options.https://liverpool.gov.uk/adult-social-care/
The Life Rooms South Liverpool Treatment Centre offers wellbeing advice, support and recovery learning and education alongside its Pathways Advisor service two days per week.
For more information about The Life Rooms please call:
During the COVID-19 pandemic The Life Rooms are able to offer support to help you with your basic daily needs - for example, you’ll be able to ask for help with your groceries, collecting prescriptions, mental health support or financial advice. You can register for yourself, or on behalf of someone else.Click here to go to the COVID-19 support registration page
Just found out you’re pregnant? all you need to do is call 0151 247 4747 to arrange your first appointment with the LWH maternity service, or you can complete their online pregnancy booking form and a member of the booking team will contact you to arrange your first appointment.liverpoolwomens.nhs.uk/our-services/maternity/just-found-out-you-re-pregnant
Free face-to-face support, via a number of community clinic across Liverpool, to get to know you and help you succeed in stopping smoking.
WHISC - The Women’s Health Information & Support Centre - is a charity dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of women and their families throughout Liverpool and the surrounding areas.
Domestic abuse is widespread and can affect anyone. It applies to women and men of any age, race and social class. Local Solutions operates three specialist services to support victims of domestic abuse and their families.
"We will talk with you about your thoughts and feelings regarding the pregnancy. This discussion is focused completely on your needs and options available to you. Initially you will be seen on your own to talk about the pregnancy and about your options."bpas.org
You may refer yourself for an abortion with MSI, and don’t have to tell your GP about wanting an abortion if you don’t want to. Call the advice line to check if you’re eligible for NHS funding, and to book a consultation.https://www.msichoices.org.uk/resources-nhs-abortion/
Website which lists details for all the sexual health services in Liverpool, including SAFEPlace, Armistead, Abacus, Brook, the Axess Clinic (GUM)sexualhealthliverpool.co.uk
Free, confidential and independent advice to help people resolve the many problems they face; from money and benefit issues to problems at work or with housing.
Sunflowers is an independent charity which exists to improve the lives of local people affected by cancer: patients, survivors and carers. Our service is managed by a small staff team and supported by a team of highly skilled volunteers. We offer a wide range of weekly activities, workshops and courses.
This service is provided by the District Nurses at the Treatment Rooms. Please note that ears aren't "syringed" any more, this was replaced years ago by a much safer technique using a gentle warm water irrigation - but the name has stuck!
The podiatry service treats and manages foot complications related to diabetes and other disorders that may affect the feet; arthritic conditions and those that affect circulation, nervous and musculoskeletal systems. If you can come to the clinic, you can refer yourself. Complete this application form, then email it to email@example.com/our-services/physical-health-services/podiatry-service/
"Our team of nurses offer advice, assessment, treatment for managing bladder and bowel dysfunction to patients who are registered with a Liverpool GP."
To self-refer, call their office on the number below, or see their webpage for more information. (we are aware the link says children's, but it takes you to the adult page!)
"The service has a team of expert specialist nurses offering advice, assessment, treatment and management of bladder and bowel problems to children and young people aged between 0 and 19 years who are registered with a Liverpool GP."
To self-refer, call their office on the number below, or please see their webpage, linked below. (we are aware the links says adults, but it takes you to children's!)