Welcome to Care Merseyside – The Award Winning Social Prescribing Charity
Looking to improve your health, well-being or get advice?
Welcome to Care Merseyside – the award winning social prescribing charity that offers non-clinical interventions for people in the local community.
We can help our local community feel less isolated and offer or refer to a range of activities in a non-medical environment to improve health and well-being. From walking groups to nutrition education, debt advice to the food club – we point people in the right direction.
Have a good look around our website to see our work in action or to chat in more depth about social prescribing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Care Merseyside is delighted to announce we are now a UK registered Learning provider and will be announcing delivery of accredited training courses over the coming months! UKPRN: 10083825
The next Low Carb Life course for diabetics and anyone interested in exploring a low carb lifestyle for health and wellbeing starts on Thursday 27th June 2019. Taking place upstairs at Tower Hill Primary Care Resource Centre Ebony Way, … Continue reading
In the first year of our social prescribing programme Elemental Software reports have shown that patients referred to Care Merseyside by The Maassarani Group have reduced General Anxiety Disorder in patients by 43%. Elemental Software have created a wonderful … Continue reading
Big thanks to Paul Gallagher from The Independent who interviewed CEO Cathy Connolly and Care Merseyside participant Angela King about social prescribing. You can view the article here: https://inews.co.uk/news/health/social-prescribing-doctors-patients-art-gardening-dance/
Thank you to all who came along to the Crowne Plaza on Saturday June 8, 2019 for the inaugural Care Merseyside charity ball. The Summer Solstice was the theme as we welcomed over 150 esteemed guests for a black … Continue reading
Care Merseyside are delighted to host The Knowsley Veteran’s Hub for a new weekly gathering at Tower Hill Community Centre. Supported by Everton in the Community and funded by The British Legion, The Knowsley Veteran’s Hub meets every Tuesday from … Continue reading