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  • Sensory Service

    The Sensory Service provides support for those with either a Vision Impairment or a Hearing Impairment   Visually impaired children and their families are supported by the Sensory Service.  The Sensory Service is an Education Service which supports hearing impaired and visually impaired children and…
  • FamilyLine Free Helpline

    Frustrated? Upset? Stressed? FamilyLine has been delivering 1 to 1 emotional support from trained volunteers in a safe, non-judgemental environment for over 20 years. Our free, confidential telephone helpline ensures you are able to focus on accessing the support you need. Callers are often experiencing…
  • School Admissions

    The Admissions Team are responsible for the statutory co-ordination of primary reception class place and Secondary Year 7 place allocations each academic year. The co-ordination is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the School Admissions Code.  For information relating to both processes, please…
  • Baby Nurture

    Do you sometimes get that much advice about your baby and the way you parent that your head feels like it'll burst? How do you know which is the best advice?  How do you achieve things your health visitor suggests?   Do you want to give…
  • Worst Kept Secret

    Every year thousands of woman, children and men on Merseyside are living in fear of domestic violence, with many not knowing where to access help. 'Worst Kept Secret' is a Merseyside project established to reduce domestic violence and enhance support for survivors. 'Worst Kept Secret' facilitates…
  • MERSEYSIDE LGBT GROUPS

     A regular, monthly Social Group and monthly Book Group(novels, all genres) for all LGBT people(aged 18 plus). Also, a monthly(last Sunday of month) LGBT(18+) Creative Writing Group.Friendly and established over 4 years, with 25-40 attendees(average) to Social Group. A chance to make new friends in lgbt-friendly…
  • Meet me at the Museum

    Meet me at the museum sessions are held four times every month in rotation, on Fridays, 11am-1pm at the following museums and art galleries:Sudley House, Mossley Hill. - Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight. - Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, Liverpool Waterfront. - and the World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool.
    Meet Me at the Museum is a free, dementia-friendly drop-in event for older people to come along to the museum or gallery for a nostalgic look back. The events are a way of using nostalgic objects to start conversations, share memories and enjoy each other’s…
  • Whitechapel Centre: Move On Move In Resettlement Service (MOMI)

    Our Resettlement service works with people who are homeless or inadequately housed to help them find and keep accommodation.  Each service user has a Support Worker who helps them find and move into suitable accommodation and then manage that accommodation.  Support is provided for a…
  • Whitechapel Centre: Floating Support Service

    Our Housing Advice and Support service can help with any housing related matter. This may include:- Advice in dealing with your landlord Help with budgeting or benefits Guidance in managing a tenancy Help to make a Propertypool Plus Application or find a private rented property Guidance…
  • The Whitechapel Centre - Labre House for rough sleepers

    The Whitechapel Centre operates the overnight temporary accommodation hub for rough sleepers. For general enquiries please contact our switchboard on 0151 207 7617. If you are concerned about someone sleeping rough in Liverpool please call us anytime on 0300 123 2041.The Whitechapel Centre’s Outreach and Labre House are funded by…