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Emergency Limited Assistance Scheme - ELAS

Our Emergency Limited Assistance Scheme supports local residents who are experiencing severe hardship, a disaster or emergency. It is there to meet one-off needs by providing things like - Paypoint Credit - travel warrants - essential household goods - referrals to a support service. You can find out more at the link below or get in touch with us on 0151 934 3377, Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.


There are so many support services in Sefton available if you need help on anything from active lifestyles to dealing with bereavement. 

If you're looking for help or advice on a health issue that is affecting you or somebody you know, there are a range of services in Sefton that can support you.

You can access our list of health services on our Public Health pages



If you're looking to change your lifestyle or stay healthy, our Active Sefton pages are a great place to start

You can also check out our Active Lifestyle website for help on active aging, exercise, nutrition and NHS Health Checks.



You can take care of your long term health and wellbeing by taking part in activities and events in your local community and throughout Sefton.

Libraries, leisure centres, the voluntary, faith and community sectors can all improve your health and wellbeing and help you meet new people.

Go to the Sefton CVS website for more information on local groups. 


Family Wellbeing Centres

Sefton Council’s three Family Wellbeing Centres provide joined up support for children and young people aged 0-19 years to make family life that little bit easier.

Family Wellbeing Centres offer support with:

  • Parenting
  • Health
  • Employment
  • Education
  • Community engagement
  • Relationships
  • Welfare - benefits, debt advice, housing support

Find out about Sefton's Family Wellbeing Centres.

Last Updated on Thursday, September 8, 2022

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