Working with our VCF sector

 

We commission a range of services from local voluntary, community and faith (VCF) organisations towards improving wellbeing and addressing health inequalities in Sefton. This supports our priority work in Shaping Sefton, our annual operational plan, ‘Highway to Health’, as well as the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and Health and Wellbeing Strategy that we work on together with the council.

Organisation

Description of the service

Priority health areas addressed by services

Sefton Advocacy Advocacy services for people ages 16 to 64 years. Advocacy
Supporting mental health, older people and Learning Disabilities agendas
Sefton CAB Mental Health Project Advocacy
Mental health support
Supporting hospital discharges
Imagine Individual Placement Support Employment Service Mental health support
Sefton CVS

Children, Young People and Family Lead (Every Child Matters)

Health and Wellbeing Development Officer & Support Officer

Reablement & Care For You Service Coordinator and Health and Wellbeing Coordinator

Health & Wellbeing Trainers x 4 (Supporting South Sefton Virtual Ward Programme)

Community Development Worker BME Communities

Reablement & Care For You Signposting Service
Children and families
Wellbeing and reablement
Community and housing for people with mental health issues
End of life support for people with complex health conditions
Alzheimer's Society Dementia Community Support Service.
Dementia Peer Group Support Service.
Improving Public and Professional Awareness Service
Dementia
SWACA, Sefton Women’s and Children’s Aid Women and Children’s Aid centre, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Children and families
SWAN Centre Counselling and Listening Service
Outreach Service
Support Group - Staying Out Project
Children and families
Sefton Age Concern Befriending and Reablement Service Dementia
Expect Service provided at Bowersdale Resource Centre Support for people with mental health issues
Sefton Carers Centre Advocacy for Parent Carers
Care For You Reablement Co-ordinators
Children and families
CHART, Crosby Housing Reablement Team, Crosby Housing Re enablement Team Wellbeing and reablement
Netherton Feelgood Factory Health Promotion Wellbeing and reablement
Parenting 2000 Children and families needing support: special needs, low self esteem and confidence, emotional issues, drugs and alcohol, domestic abuse, bereavement Children and families
Stroke Association Intermediate Care (Carers and advocacy, Communication) Wellbeing and reablement