Homelessness services

Meet the team

Dr Deborah Faint

Dr Deborah Faint

Homelessness lead GP

 

 

Ian Harrison

Ian Harrison

Homelessness nurse coordinator

Mel Johnson

Mel Johnson

Homelessness nurse

Diane Sedman

Diane Sedman

Alcohol specialist nurse

Sue Wills

Sue Wills

Homelessness administrator

The practice provides an enhanced service for the homeless and hostel dwelling population in Liverpool.  This means that as well as most of the clinicians having experience in this area, we also have 2 dedicated homelessness nurses and  an alcohol nurse, shared care drugs workers within the practice, and close links with other local homelessness organisations.

We also have a specific Homeless Access Clinic every Thursday at the Brownlow site (drop in, 12.30-2.30pm).  The normal walk in service is therefore re-directed to the Student Health Centre on thursday afternoons.

Useful links

The Whitechapel Centre  Homeless and housing charity in the Liverpool region.

Crisis Skylight Merseyside  Offering education, training and support within hostels, day centres and community venues across Liverpool, St. Helens, Wirral, Sefton, Knowsley and Halton.

SHELTER  National homeless charity, with an office in Liverpool.

One Stop Shops  One Stop Shops allow residents to access a range of council services under one roof, from Council Tax and Housing Benefit advice to parking permits.

Citizens Advice 

Walk in centres in Liverpool

Addaction  Drug and alcohol help

Hepatitis C advice

Transforming choice Residential detox and rehabilitation service for people who have become alcohol dependent.

 

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