Liverpool City Council COVID Support Service
Are you self-isolating or clinically extremely vulnerable and in need of support?
You can also call the Liverpool City Council COVID Advice Line on the freephone number 0800 169 3032, Monday to Friday: 8am-6pm or ask for help online for things like:
But please consider if you have any family, friends or neighbours that you can ask for this support first.
The LiveWellDirectory.com also lists a range of practical support including food delivery, online activity and support for Liverpool, Knowsley and Sefton, or call 0300 77 77 007.
Get help with collecting shopping, medicines or other essential supplies, a regular, friendly phone call and/or transport to your medical appointment. Call the team on 0808 196 3646, 8am-8pm. A carer or family member can also do this on your behalf.
To find out how to access a range of different NHS mental health advice and support services for adults, please visit the Mersey Care website here.
For children and young people's mental health support, please visit the Alder Hey website here.
For all adult social care enquiries and referrals, please visit Careline here or call 0151 233 3800.
Employment issues and information about sick pay while isolating is on the ACAS website or you can call their helpline on 0300 123 1100.
You can get help with coronavirus Benefits Advice and Support from Liverpool City Council.
You can also contact your GP Practice and ask for a referral to: