A Liverpool City Council-backed project is opening the door to emotional health and wellbeing support for the whole community.
CHILDREN with mental health issues in Liverpool will get extra help after the city was named as a ‘trailblazer area’ under a new government scheme.
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Thanks to a partnership between Liverpool City Council and health and social care charity Person Shaped Support (PSS), the ‘shed model’ is now being used to create an innovative new space where anyone can get support with their emotional health and wellbeing.
It is national Time to Talk Day when we are all encouraged to discuss mental health issues and help to break down barriers for those suffering in silence.
A mental health hub in Liverpool is being officially reopened following a £1.2 million refurbishment.
Impressionist and comedian, Rory Bremner and Falklands War veteran, Simon Weston OBE are among a group of 24 speakers heading to Liverpool for a two day conference about children and young people’s mental health.
Big Lotter Funding to help support Liverpool people with problems including homelessness, reoffending, substance misuse and mental ill-health
A new city-wide mental health campaign which aims to create greater awareness of mental health issues and improve people’s well-being is being launched by Liverpool City Council and partners.
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson has committed the city council to helping end the stigma and discrimination against people with experience of mental health problems.