Help for people and communities
Ask for help
Are you isolating and need help? Call our advice line on 0151 233 3066 or use the online form below to access a range of advice and support.
What help can I get?
If you have to self-isolate, the Liverpool Covid Isolation Advice service can give you advice and support if you need to:
- find an emergency foodbank
- search for work or deal with an employment issue
- tackle a personal financial crisis
- improve your mental health
- get help with an alcohol issue
- stop smoking
You can also request help with shopping or collecting prescriptions, or just ask to chat to a friendly volunteer on the phone.
How do I ask help?
You can request help by calling 0151 233 3066. Our lines are open Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm. Alternatively, use our online form below.
All personal data collected via this form will be shared with our scheme partners for the sole purposes of allocating the right resources to the right people at the right time.
This is key to us making sure we deliver support where it is most needed at this difficult time. This means your name, contact details and details about your needs will be shared with groups in the community who may also contact you directly.
Your data will be stored securely for a maximum of 12 months. When it is no longer needed it will be destroyed. We may have to adapt our data sharing methods as this scheme grows, but all changes will be carried out under existing data protection law.