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Coronavirus (COVID 19) information from Sefton’s Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) There is information and further links for vaccine safety and roll-out in Sefton, lockdown – in alternative languages and formats, staying safe, support if you are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (CEV) and other organisations you can contact for support click here

Click here for our national Citizens Advice website which contains up to date information about Coronavirus and employment, benefits, domestic violence and more

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The Deaf Health Charity SignHealth have signed Coronoavirus videos here

Sefton Council and Voluntary Service (SCVS) have developed a dedicated local web page with useful guidance for local residents and for local groups, it has links to information from Sefton Council, how you can volunteer to help with the local Coronavirus response and much more – you can find it here

Are you experiencing domestic violence and abuse? Here are local and national organisations who can help

If you are in immediate danger call 999

  • SWACA (Sefton Women & Children’s Aid) (Sefton Women and Children’s Aid)  Email:
  • Venus (Sefton – Women and children) 0151 474 4744    email:
  • Sefton Vulnerable Victims Advocacy Team 0151 934 5142 – access to Independent Domestic Violence Advisers
  • Voice for Change (Sefton – Male and Female) 0151 345 0174/8499  email
  • Womens Aid national helpline 0808 2000 247
  • Mankind Initiative 01823 334 244  10 am – 4 pm weekdays
  • Refuge 0808 2000 247 (24 hr National Domestic Violence Helpline) 020 7395 7700 (for women and children)
  • RCJ Advice has launched a new digital service for people affected by domestic violence and abuse. CourtNav helps people with completing non-molestation orders and obtaining direct access to accredited legal aid providers without a referral. CourtNav is accessible 24/7
  • Women survivors can also be supported by FLOWS (Finding Legal Options for Women Survivors) delivered by RCJ Advice & Rights of Women which remains in place and uses CourtNav. Anyone can now also use a discrete self-referral form to contact FLOWS without having to call or access an email account. You can find out more