The Big Help Project is a Knowsley based charity that does not affiliate itself with any political party.

BenefitsGuide.co.uk is a free to use resource which provides clear and comprehensive information on all available UK welfare benefits as well as guidance on benefit applications, appeals, emergency assistance & legal help

FREE face to face advice to all Knowsley residents to help check your entitlement, help claim your benefits and support your appeal against a benefit decision.

Access - Self referral

Based in Liverpool and supporting students aged 2-19 years with a visual impairment, sensory and other additional needs.
The Service for the Sensory Impaired (Visually impaired) offers support for partially sighted and educationally blind children and young people living in Knowsley. We are aware that the needs of every visually impaired child are different, and the support we offer is tailor made to each child according to need.
Baby Buddy is the free mobile phone app for parents and parents-to-be with personalised content approved by health care professionals.
Includes Child Health Service, Child Development Team and Neuro-Development Pathway
We empower parents with the knowledge and confidence to look after their own health and their children's long term development and well-being.
Brook, the young people's sexual health & wellbeing charity provides free and confidential sexual health and wellbeing services
Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity.
The Children's Trust offers a range of residential and community based rehabilitation services for children and young people with acquired brain injury (ABI).
A specialist provision for pupils aged 11-18 with and associated complex needs, based in Preston, Lancashire
Able to offer support to individuals and families with regard to any heart related condition or issue.
Bridge College is a non-residential specialist FE college. We meet the needs of students up to the age of 25 years with learning difficulties and disabilities, complex needs, communication disorders and autism. We provide a wide range of state of the art facilities to enable student to achieve their aspirations and develop essential skills for learning, living and work.
Telephone: 0151 477 8010 Huyton, L36 5XW
Supporting young people - Leaving care, Homelessnes, Employment & Training, LGBTQ. Protecting Children
Information about benefits that may be available.
Telephone: 0151 477 8350 Kirkby, L32 3XP
We support members of the local community affected by Suicide and raise awareness of support programmes for individuals possibly feeling suicidal.
Information and advice for people with vision loss In the UK, there are almost 2 million people living with sight loss. Of these, around 360,000 are registered as blind or partially sighted.

Butterflies is Listening Ear’s award winning specialist support programme for children and young people aged 4 to 15 years experiencing bereavement, divorce/separation, domestic abuse, suicide, murder or other family loss.

CyberSense has been designed to raise awareness of cyber-bullying. It provides children with the skills to recognise, respond to and report cyber-bullying, whilst promoting safe use of social media and the internet.
We have a long tradition of providing support to vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers in the UK
The BDA is the voice of dyslexic people. We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society
We are a Liverpool based company providing quality interpreting and translation services in the North West.

Knowsley Town Council owns and manages two, multi functional centres, Bob Whiley Community Centre and the Stockbridge Pavilion plus one childrens playground, parks and open spaces.

Facilities are available for private hire at reasonable rates.

Giving children in crisis chances for change. The maintenance, education and advancement in life of children and young people who through poverty and family circumstances are in need of, and will benefit significantly from, Buttle UK’s support.
The Blue Badge scheme is governed by regulations set out by the Department for Transport and is designed to allow people with severe disabilities to park close to places they visit.
Local and national support and help
Our Emergency Essentials programme supports individual children and young people living with severe poverty, a lack of the basic facilities which most of us take for granted and additional pressures such as domestic violence, disability or poor health in the family.
The UK-wide organisation for people with bladder and bowel control problems.
Services that offer help around developmental or behavioural concerns and sleep support
Blue Coat is a selective state school which for over 300 years has played a vital role in shaping the lives of Liverpool boys and girls. We are proud to provide a free education which ensures our students aspire to and realise their academic potential whilst developing the skills and values they need for life’s journey. Their Policy can be seen here - https://www.bluecoatschoolliverpool.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Send-Policy.pdf
Cruse Bereavement Care is there to support you after the death of someone close.