Who we can support.

Providing mental health support to men in Liverpool

 

At Sean’s Place, we provide mental health support to men in Liverpool who may be experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress or isolation.

If you are experiencing any of the above you are welcome to complete a self referral form or ask your health professional to refer on your behalf so we can begin to support you at the earliest opportunity.

We support men (including those who identify as male), who are 21 and over.  We will require permission to inform your GP you are attending our service.

We understand how hard it can be asking for help and support, we provide a safe and comfortable environment for you to access a variety of proactive interventions to grow in confidence, rebuild relationships and thrive in the things you enjoy again.

Unfortunately Sean’s Place cannot accept referrals for anyone who is having intense or distressing thoughts of suicide (please see our emergency contacts) We can also not accept referrals for those with complex drug and alcohol issues or is street homeless. If the person being referred has a severe and enduring mental health condition we will require contact with professionals within their care before we are able to consider what support we are able to provide. 

Emergency Contacts

If you are experiencing intense or distressing suicidal thoughts please contact James Place.

You can also call Samaritans on 116 123 or Text SHOUT to 85258 24 hours a day.

In an emergency always call 999. You can find your nearest A and E here.

To make a referral please download and complete our referral form with as much information as possible so we can fully ensure we can meet your needs. Once completed please email to info@seansplace.org.uk. Once we have recieved your completed form a member of our team will be in touch within 1 week.