Help is available
Help is available
Lockdown is tough for everyone, and it’s important to remember there is help available if you’re struggling for any reason.
Check out for lots of links and advice regarding guidance for those shielding and vulnerable residents, schools, council services, businesses and #StHelensTogether which is still available to directly help you if you need support – call 01744676767 or see
There’s lots more help out there too. You’re not alone 👋🤝🙏:
St Helens Together: If you need support call 01744676767. If you would like to volunteer to support vulnerable residents, call 01744676767 or visit
St Helens Council COVID-19 information portal:
St Helens Borough Council main helpline: 01744 676789 or
St Helens Libraries: Visit for information about the services available, or email
NHS Information and Services: 111 or
Echo Lloyd’s Free Prescription Delivery Service: 020 08068 8067 or
Universal Credit Helpline: 0800 328 5644
Citizens Advice Bureau: 03448 269 694,
Age UK: Free helpline 0800 678 1602 or 01744 752 644
Samaritans (24/7 service): 116 123 or text SHOUT to 85258
Mental health support: For advice visit OKTOASK –
Safe2Speak: If you are at risk of domestic abuse, always call 999 in an emergency. Help is also available through the Council’s Safe2Speak service, run by Torus: 01744 743200 Monday to Friday 9-5pm. For out of hours, including refuge accommodation, call 01925 220541. You can also visit
Women’s Aid:
National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247 (24 hours)
Refuge (includes information for men):, 0808 200 0247 (24 hours)
The Men’s Advice Line, for male domestic abuse survivors: 0808 801 0327
National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0800 999 5428
DrinkAware Alcohol Support Services: Free helpline 0300 123 1110
St Helens Foodbank, Hope Centre, Atherton Street: or 01744 26414
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