Liverpool DiSH

2nd Floor, Unit 13b Tiger Court
Kings Business Park
L5 3LD

0151 2079255

We provide visiting support to enable people with mental health problems to live independently in the community. The service is available to people living in the Liverpool area in their own home or in our fully furnished accommodation which is a mixture of self-contained one and two bedroom flats and studio apartments.

How we help

Our experienced staff team can offer a range of ways to help individuals reach their goals and live life to the full. The service is available 365 days a year between the hours of 9am – 8pm Monday to Friday and 11am – 7pm at weekends. Outside of these hours we offer an on-call service.

We work in partnership with five housing associations, community mental health services, drug & alcohol services, asylum link, police, probation community liaison officers and mental health commissioners to ensure a multi agency approach to the support we provide individuals.

Visiting support allows individuals to increase and decrease the level of support they need, depending on their mental wellbeing. We help individuals to design a plan that maps out their recovery journey. This recovery plan is tailored to individual needs and includes activities that are meaningful and personal to them.

Who we can help

Our service is for people who have a history of mental health problems that affect the ordinary patterns of daily life.

Our service is available to people aged 18 and over who live in Liverpool, have a history of mental health problems, have been assessed as requiring support and are committed to working towards achieving their personal goals.

Contact us for more information on our referral process

Our values

At the heart of everything we do lies:

    • Hope: the belief that recovery is possible for every individual
    • Respect: valuing differences and all contributions
    • Enabling: giving people encouragement and support to achieve their goals
    • Inclusion: the belief that everyone has a right to participate fully in society.