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St Helens community support is a free and independent service funded by Supporting People to provide housing related support to people experiencing severe mental distress. We work in partnership with other local statutory and voluntary services to support individuals to get the help they need.
We offer people support to:
We also run weekly drop-in sessions which provide refreshments, and activities such as quizzes or bingos, as well as community outings. Our women’s group drop-in runs on Monday mornings and our mixed group drop-in on Wednesday mornings. Individuals are offered peer support from trained volunteers who have personal experiences of mental health issues.
If you are in need of support please get in touch with us directly or alternatively a mental health professional e.g. your social worker, community psychiatric nurse or psychiatrist, can make a referral on your behalf.
Once we receive a referral, we will contact you, make an appointment to meet with you and discuss our service and how we might be able to help. If the service is right for you, we will work closely with you to create a support plan, which we will regularly review with you to ensure that we continue to meet your needs.