You may be here because you have received a text message from us which has been sent because you’ve been to see or have spoken to one of our services.
You may be here because you are looking for some support and have found these pages through your internet search.
However you’ve ended up here, we want to let you know that we care and would like to help.
It may be hard for you to think about or know what can be helpful to you at the moment. It will all depend on how you are feeling right now but we have put together some resources and website links that we hope you will find supportive and useful.
Our self help guides cover a wide range of topics to help and support you with the things that may be affecting you in your life. These are also available in audio format.
You can find these on our self-help webpages.
If you're looking for information to help you understand or cope with suicidal feelings, please take a look at our suicidal feelings webpages.
If you are struggling with issues related to alcohol and you live in the Liverpool areas, please call Liverpool Community Alcohol Service (LCAS) on 0151 471 7784 to make a self referral or to discuss any support you may require.
Have a look at our safety planning pages for information about safety planning and advice to support you to develop your own, personalised safety plan.
With so many different options, finding an app that gives you access to practical and trusted information can be difficult.
We partnered with the Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Applications (ORCHA) to find the app we think are the best. Take a look at our website and find the apps that can help make a difference for you: merseycare.orcha.co.uk