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
On an October day three years ago by chance, I (Cathy Connolly) met Dr Faisal Maassarani and his business partner Lee Panter while they were paying a visit to The Big Help Project where I was then working. Dr … Continue reading
Care Merseyside have partnered up internationally with the village of Boi in Kenya to help raise funds for motorbike ambulances. Dr Patrick Ondire has been an active and serving GP in Knowsley for almost 15 years and is originally … Continue reading
Read Ruth’s inspiring story of how she managed to run a whopping 100k throughout lockdown! Prior to COVID19 I used to go to the gym around 3/4 times a week – I have a busy home life so used … Continue reading
We are so pleased to announced that Care Merseyside has recently been recognised by Knowsley Councils Roll of Honour! This is a fantastic acknowledgment and highlights some of the support we have been able to provide throughout the Coronavirus Pandemic. … Continue reading
10 ways to instantly boost our mood Sometimes it can feel impossible to shake ourselves out of bad or sad days. Don’t lose hope there are many activities that can quickly increase your well being and mindset! Smile: … Continue reading
Why It’s Important To Adopt An Attitude Of Gratitude There’s no denying our world’s have been turned upside down, normal life has been put on hold and possible finding it hard to cope during these unprecedented times and we … Continue reading