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Advice, benefits and community services

People are healthier when they can stay independent for as long as possible. 

Our directory of local services My Life Warrington provides a wide range of information about services that are set up to support you to live at home. Some of the types of services that are included in the directory are:

  • Advice on benefits, money and debt management
  • Housing advice and support
  • Support to reduce social isolation
  • Advocacy
  • Domestic abuse support
  • Advice on drug or alcohol issues
  • Clubs, hobbies, leisure activities and social groups
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Education and training

The Warrington Wellbeing Team can also provide one-to-one information and advice to help you to manage your own health and wellbeing. They can work with you to introduce you to the types of local services and support listed above.

More useful information:

Warrington Advice Network
Led by Citizens Advice Bureau, this is a local network of advice and advocacy organisations, most of which are based at the Gateway on Sankey Street.  Their website includes a directory of local advice services.

Speak Up Together Advocacy Hub
The Hub provides a range of different types of advocacy services in one location, with the aim of helping people to make more informed choices, access information about services and support and be involved in decision about their lives

Disabledgo
A guide providing detailed accessibility information for a range of venues across Warrington (including shops, pubs, restaurants and public buildings).

Warrington Voluntary Action
Local organisation providing support and advice to the voluntary sector across Warrington. Website includes a directory of voluntary groups across Warrington.