Talking Points are places you can go to get face-to-face information, support and guidance to help you to live well in Warrington.

Through these sessions, you can be connected to people, places and services that can support you.

Our friendly advisors can help with:

  • Connecting with local groups and activities
  • Mental health and wellbeing
  • Using online services
  • Housing issues
  • Carer support
  • Health and social care issues
  • Finance issues
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Getting out and about
  • Benefits

Find your nearest Talking Point

How are Talking Points different to other services in Warrington? 

  • Talking Points do what they say on the tin. They are a place where you can speak to an advisor about anything that might be concerning you

  • Talking Point advisors don’t come from one particular organisation or profession, so they can talk to you about a whole range of things

  • Talking Point advisors won’t send you away if they don’t know the answer. They will try to work with you to find an answer or connect you to somebody who can help

  • Talking Points aren't about asking you to fill in lots of forms and asking you lots of difficult questions. It is about having a good conversation so that we can work together to find solutions that will help you to live well

  • Talking Points will ‘pop-up’ in places and spaces that are comfortable and accessible to the people who need our support most

Talking Point

Next Talking Points

7 February, 10am-12noon
The Gateway, Sankey Street, WA1 1SR

8 February, 1pm-3pm
Burtonwood Community Centre, Green Jones Brow, WA5 4LH

9 February, 10am-12noon
The Encounter Centre, Birchwood, WA3 7PQ

9 February, 10am-12noon
Lymm Youth and Community Centre, Bridgewater Street, WA13 0AB