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COVID-19 update: Useful resources

At One Vision Housing we continue to monitor, assess and respond to the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and follow the Government’s guidance. We recognise this is a challenging time for many, and we will work with you to support and advise where we can. If you haven’t yet, please check our FAQ page to find out more about our service offer.

Below is a list of our partner organisations who can provide you with additional assistance and support during this time.


Sefton CVS


Advice and guidance for Sefton residents and referrals to the NHS volunteer response programme


0345 140 0845


Cheshire West and Cheshire


Dedicated helpline to provide advice and support, and where necessary make arrangements for food, medicines and social contact


0300 123 7031


West Lancs Together


Working as part of the West Lancashire Partnership, the Council has helped to coordinate the launch of West Lancashire Together, a local support system responding to Coronavirus pandemic in the borough


0800 616 667


Liverpool Citizen Support Scheme


Support for Liverpool residents in crisis


0800 456 1523


Wirral View


Coronavirus support for Wirral residents


0151 666 5050


Wirral Age UK


Wellbeing calls to local older people, information, critical shopping and delivery support


0151 482 3456


Wirral Food Bank


Nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis


0151 638 7090


Mid Mersey Age UK


Wellbeing calls to local older people, information, critical shopping and delivery support


0300 003 1992


Sefton Council


Advice and support for Sefton residents


0345 140 0845


Citizens Advice Sefton


Money/debt advice


0151 318 6407


Alzheimer’s Society


Advice and support for people living with dementia


L6 Community Centre


Food Union – Support for those struggling to find essentials in the supermarkets


Mersey Care


Important information to changes in health services




Access Sefton


Free NHS treatment for anxiety, depression, and other common mental health conditions


0300 303 2708


The Life Rooms


Telephone support service
Signposting to support for housing, finance, employment, mental and physical wellbeing
0151 478 6556


Shout UK


Shout is the UK’s first 24/7 text service, free on all major mobile networks, for anyone in crisis anytime, anywhere


Text Shout to 85258


Victim Care Merseyside


Comprehensive and dedicated support website for victims of crime on Merseyside




Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services


Support and empower women and girls who suffer from domestic abuse to live safe and independent lives


0151 263 7474


Merseyside Domestic Violence Service


Provides a unified service of support for families affected by domestic violence and abuse


0780 272 2703


Savera UK


We campaign to eliminate ‘honour’-based abuse and harmful practices and provide life-saving services to those at risk, regardless of age, culture, sexuality or gender


0800 107 0726


Adult Social Care (North)


01704 704389


Adult Social Care (South)
0151 529 3761


Sefton Council Children’s Safeguarding Concerns


Report any concerns you may have regarding children’s safeguarding 


0345 140 0845




If you’re worried about a child, or need advice and support, talk to the helpline – Find out more on how you can spot the signs of child abuse and what you can do here.


0808 800 5000


Living Well Sefton


Free service with a focus on supporting people with issues that may be affecting their health and wellbeing


0300 323 0181


Good Neighbour Scheme – Liverpool


The Liverpool Good Neighbour scheme will match volunteers with people in need who don’t have anyone else nearby to help with day-to-day tasks


0151 233 3066



Sefton CAMHS


Support for children and young people with varying difficulties including low mood, anxiety, self-harm, suicidal ideation, behavioural difficulties and trauma within the Sefton area


0808 196 3550




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By staying at home we are protecting ourselves, our families and our communities. Download this helpful booklet to find out how to keep well whilst at home.

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