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 cathy@caremerseyside.org.uk

Andy Bishop, the Liverpool ambassador for Public Health Collaboration joined volunteers from Care Merseyside to facilitate an 8 week low carb course.   Aimed at those with type 2 diabetes, pre diabetes and conditions including polycystic ovaries, irritable bowel syndrome … Continue reading

Published: 22nd May 2019

Celebrate social prescribing at our summer solstice themed charity ball on June 8th in Liverpool!   About this Event   Care Merseyside is a one of a kind charity. Founded in 2009 by Knowsley GP, Dr Faisal Maassarani, Care Merseyside … Continue reading

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Move it or Lose it – A new Programme of Exercise classes designed specifically for ages 60+ is coming to Towerhill Primary Care Resource Centre.   Come along to an exercise class with a difference, designed by Move it or … Continue reading

Published: 7th May 2019

We are delighted to announce that back by popular demand is FACE FORWARD’s Floristry Course!   We have facilitated this wonderful course a couple in the past at Care Merseyside with attendees benefiting from a feel-good activity that is creative … Continue reading

Published: 29th April 2019

This week our creative writing class explored two poems by Seamus Heaney and Philip Larkin.   Seamus Heaney’s Punishment poem evokes imagery of crime and injustice that has weaved through both neolithic times and Northern Ireland during the troubles.   … Continue reading

Published: 3rd April 2019

Since 2013 The United Nations has earmarked 20th March as the International Day of Happiness.   It is a day to recognise the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world.   In 2015 The United Nations … Continue reading

Published: 20th March 2019