Partners in Prevention (PIP)

The Partners In Prevention Group is a working group of professionals from statutory, non-statutory and voluntary organisations in Halton who meet 3 times a year.

The aim of this working group is to discuss services, highlight referral and signposting opportunities and identify community assets to support and improve the physical, mental and social health and wellbeing of Halton’s older generation. Members share service updates which are added to a PIP service page on Facebook.

If you represent a service based in Halton and would like to become part of the Partners in Prevention group, please email your details to


Age UK Mid Mersey

An independent, registered charity working with and on behalf of older people in Halton, Knowsley, St Helens and Warrington.

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Age Well Team (Halton BC)

All Halton residents over 55 years of age.

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Deafness Resource Centre

The Deafness Resource Centre provide services to support individuals who experience deafness and their families.

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Carers Centre

People who care for any of the following: husband, wife, son, daughter, sister, brother, grandparent, aunt, uncle, friend or neighbour.

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Halton Disability Partnership

Halton Disability Partnership exists to support people with a disability and their carers in accessing support and care that fully reflects their choice and wishes.We offer advice where needed to volunteers to achieve their full potential.

Our services are open to anyone of any age who lives in Halton.We work with children and people with Mental Health issues.

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Libraries (Halton BC)

Halton Libraries provides a service to the whole community and is made up of 4 libraries and the Community Library Service.

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Halton Older Peoples Network

Membership of Halton OPEN is free to any person living or working within the Borough of Halton aged 50 or over. Carers may also join in order to represent over 50s that they care for. We ask all members to tell us what their main areas of concern are.


TeleHealthCare Service (Halton BC)

The service is for anyone who lives in Halton and feels at risk or vulnerable in their own home. They may need to contact someone quickly if they are unwell or have an accident. The TeleHealthCare Service gives reassurance and can get practical help to you when it is needed.

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Hanover Housing Association

The Primarily for over 60s but will consider over 55s.

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The Stroke Association Recovery Service

If you or someone you care about has had a stroke, our service can provide advice and support to help your stroke recovery.

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The Venus Centre – Parent to Parent Volunteer Support Project

We recruit and train volunteers from communities throughout Halton to support families who are assessed as at level 2 of the Halton Levels of Need framework, or stepping down from level 3.

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Widnes and Runcorn Cancer Support Group

Adults whose lives have been touched by cancer including patients, carers, friends and family. We also have a Children and young peoples project working in local schools with children who have an adult in their life with cancer.

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Halton Women’s Centre

Ladies who are 18+, experiencing: ‘Low Level mental and physical health issues’, requiring minimal support whilst at the Centre and is not considered a high safeguarding risk. Mild to moderate Anxiety, Depression, Low Self Esteem, Confidence, Social Isolation.

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