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Our Partners

Our partners are key to helping the children and young people of Sefton live a happy and healthy life. Below is a brief description about who they are and how they can help. You can click on the links to find out more information about them.

0-19 Service

0151 247 6354

This includes the Health Visitor and School Nursing services. 

    • The aim of the Health Visitor is to support and guide you through the early years of your parenting journey and help you develop a close and loving relationship with your child.
    • The School Health team take over form the Health Visitors as a child starts school, with each school having a dedicated School Nurse. The team provides advice, information, and support on all aspects of health and well-being, covering both physical and emotional health.
    • Young people aged 11-19 can send a confidential and anonymous message to get advice about health and wellbeing. To start a chat with a school nurse, you can send a message to 07312 263 291.

Active Sefton 

0151 288 6286

Providing a range of services that support all aspects of health and wellbeing through sport, physical activity, weight management support and behaviour change.

Kooth 

A free online service for young people struggling with their mental health. All information is confidential, and the service provides lots of support to help with children and young people’s wellbeing.

Sefton Sexual Health

01695 656550

Providing information on relationships and sex education.

Smokefree Sefton 

0300 100 1000

Providing advice, support, and therapy to help break the habit of smoking and vaping.

Rise Up

0151 203 9755

A free and confidential support for children and young people experiencing issues with drugs/alcohol. The service also offers family support to parents or carer who are worried about the impact of drug or alcohol use on the family.

Sefton CVS 

Sefton Voluntary Service provides support for the voluntary, community and faith (VCF) groups. The CVS has developed the Here For You Directory which provides access to over 1,000 voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise organisations where you will find local services that support people in Sefton.

Early Help 

Early Help is about taking action as soon as possible to tackle problems for children and families before they can grow into something that is more difficult to overcome. It is about identifying children and families that may be at risk of running into difficulties and providing timely and effective support. Support can also be accessed through the Family Wellbeing Centres 

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Last Updated on Thursday, October 26, 2023

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