Health and Social Welfare Service


Our bi-lingual health workers offer confidential, health related support and advice to women and men from the diverse communities on Wirral and support them to access primary health care and help with GP appointments. From time to time WMO also organises health checks, awareness events and various healthy activities and days out.

For more information please contact the health team at our centre.

Photographs from Health & Wellbeing Family Fun Day on 22 August 2015

HEALTH AND SOCIAL WELFARE SERVICE                                                                                          

This service provides one to one advocacy, advice, guidance and support with benefits, housing, debt, finance, immigration, work related and personal issues for people from a range of black and minority ethnic communities.

Staff signpost and assist clients to access other services. Cantonese, Mandarin, Bengali, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, and English languages are spoken by staff and support can also be obtained for those who speak other languages.

Usual working hours – Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm


This service provides a free, non-judgmental, one to one support to black and minority ethnic children and their families through a range of interventions including one to one parenting support, activities to promote social inclusion for young people, support for families were racial incidents have been reported and cultural awareness raising in schools.  This service allows parents and carers of black and minority ethnic children to meet people, chat and get information.

Parents and young people are referred into the service or can self refer. Referrals are welcomed in person, by phone or in writing.

Usual working hours – Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm