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Health And Wellbeing

 Stay Well This Winter

It's important to look after yourself, especially during the winter. Cold weather can be seriously bad for your health.

If you start to feel unwell, even if it's a cough or a cold, don't wait until it gets more serious. Seek advice from your pharmacist.  

For more information on how you can look after yourself this winter please click HERE

PSA Information

The PSA test is a blood test that measures the amount of prostate specific antigen (PSA) in your blood. PSA is a protein produced by normal cells in the prostate and also by prostate cancer cells. It’s normal to have a small amount of PSA in your blood, and the amount rises as you get older and your prostate gets bigger. A raised PSA level may suggest you have a problem with your prostate, but not necessarily cancer.

For more information please click HERE

Dementia Information

For more information on how to manage your money with Dementia, please click the link below.

Dementia Leaflet.pdf (162 kb)

  Lifestyle, Social and Welfare services


Quit smoking your way with free and confidential advice and support from smokefree Sefton. Please click HERE for more information.
Phone: 0300 100 1000


Active lifestyles supports people to improve their physical, nutritional and mental health and wellbeing. Please click HERE for more information.
Phone: 0151 934 2352


Ambition Sefton provides support , treatment and advice for adults with drug or alcohol problems. Please click HERE for more information.
Phone: 0151 944 5334


Living Well Sefton is a free service to help you improve your health by making small or big changes. From cooking and eating better to coping with stressful situations and more. Please click HERE for more information.
Phone: 0300 323 0181


Benefits advice - Get advice and support on benefits managed by the council and its partners. Please click HERE for more information.
Phone: 0345 140 0845

Careline - The council's free and confidential 24-7 advice service for social care, housing and homeless issues. Please click HERE for more information.
Phone: 0151 233 3800

Citizens Advice - Get advice about debt, housing, benefits, consumer issues and more. Please click HERE for more information.
Phone: 0151 288 5683

Foodbanks - Foodbanks provide three days of nutritional, non-perishable food to people in crisis. Please click HERE for more information.
Phone: 0151 934 3055

Southport Foodbank -
Phone: 01704 544 419

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Liverpool Lets get Active

Liverpool: Active City is an initiative which is aimed at encouraging the people of Liverpool to become More Active, More Often. Present statistics show that only two in ten adults in Liverpool are active enough to benefit their health but eight in ten think they are.
Our vision in Liverpool is to exceed national targets for participation in physical activity. The main aims of the initiative being to increase the profile of active living in Liverpool, improve the coordination of existing services, ensure that everybody has access to appropriate activity, ensure structural support for physical activity initiatives.
The initiative has the full support of organisations from the public, private and voluntary sectors.

New support service for Sefton military veterans

A new service for military veterans and their families supported by the South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group has opened in Seaforth offering advice and assistance on a range of issues including health, housing and employment.
The Sefton Veterans Project brings together a range of specialist organisations to provide personalised support under one roof at the Bowersdale Resource Centre in Seaforth. The project is funded by NHS South Sefton CCG, NHS Southport and Formby CCG and the Charity Expect Ltd, and run in partnership with Sefton CVS and Sefton Council.
The new one stop shop is based at the Expect Ltd Bowersdale Resource Centre, Crescent Road, Seaforth. For more information either drop-in between 9am and 5pm on Wednesdays or call 0151 257 6371 between Monday and Friday.