Who you can contact if you need support
There are lots of ways to get additional support in Warrington, all of the organisations listed can help in some way.
Warrington Borough Council
Coronavirus COVID-19 safe and well support line
A wide range of support offered to vulnerable residents including food delivery and/or medical needs call 01925 442441 or 01925 442443.
North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Mental health crisis support line
For anyone, any age, experiencing a mental health crisis call 01925 275 309.
Advice on benefits, housing and debt.
General advice: 0300 3309 091
Universal Credit advice line: 0800 1448 444
Warrington Voluntary Action
Prescription collection for vulnerable people call 01925 246881.
Residents in Birchwood, Padgate and Fearnhead can call 07719569159.
Friendship telephone line, over 60?
Call for a chat 0800 434 6305.
Mid-Mersey support for people over 60 (priority for 70+)
Help with food, medicine and wellbeing, chats available Monday to Thursday, 10am – 4pm or leave a recorded message. Call 0300 003 1992.
Warrington Disability Partnership
Advice and support for registered disabled people. Support with equipment, shopping and wellbeing call 01925 240064.
Nightstop Communities Northwest
Advice and support around accommodation, also provides a counselling service, call 0151 345 6454.
Confidential, free helpline for older people, available 24 hour a day on 0800 470 80 90.
Refuge domestic abuse helpline
In confidence, 24-hours a day, call us free on 0808 2000 247.
Stop Loan Sharks
Call 0300 555 2222 to safely report a loan shark.
A new helpline providing answers and information for people with sight loss and their families during the coronavirus outbreak.
They can help you identify ways to continue living actively, independently and well, refer you to their other services or help you access services by other providers.
Call 0800 781 1444, between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
Or visit guidedogs.org.uk/covid19 to find out more.