Sefton Advice Services is a partnership that includes the following organisations:
Age Concern Liverpool & Sefton is a charity dedicated to protecting and promoting the wellbeing of people aged 50+. Established in 1928, we provide a range of direct services which make life better for local older people including advice, companionship, care and support, exercise and skills. We can also offer a range of endorsed products specially designed for older people.
Arvato offers advice and information on welfare benefit entitlement and eligbility, that is provided by way of telephone or email at St. Peter's House or at home where resources allow. We have also introduced the ‘BECS’ eBenefits system that has reduced processing times and the number of contacts claimants now need to make.
Our mission is to provide advice that helps people overcome their problems and come together to campaign on big issues when their voices need to be heard. We give free, impartial, confidential advice on a wide range of issues that affect people’s lives, such as benefits, debt, housing and employment law.
NHS South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group (SSCCG) is made up of local doctors, nurses, practice staff and member of the public, who are well placed to know the health needs and views of people living in the area.
One Vision Housing is an award-winning housing provider, with over 11,000 homes for rent in Merseyside, primarily across the borough of Sefton. We are committed to creating sustainable neighbourhoods that are thriving, well-run, active, inclusive and most importantly, safe places to live. We aim to provide homes that people want to live in and can be proud of.
Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) provides a range of support and services for local voluntary, community and faith organisations. We also manage a variety of projects, networks and forums that encourage volunteering and promote community engagement.
Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council is bounded by Liverpool to the south, West Lancashire to the east and Knowsley to the south-east. The Council is composed of 66 Councillors with one-third elected annually three years in every four. Each Councillor is democratically accountable to the residents of their ward.