A Regional Adoption Agency covering Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton and Wirral will become operational from April 1st 2018.
Liverpool celebrated World Social Work Day on Tuesday 20 March to mark the invaluable contribution they make to our communities.
Liverpool City Council and The Whitechapel Centre prevented more than 160 people from sleeping on the streets in January. The latest … More
Foster carers in Liverpool were given VIP treatment at Everton FC’s home game against Brighton.
The first images have been released of new dementia hubs which form part of a £30 million investment in social care in Liverpool
Discretionary housing payments (DPH) provide essential financial help to low income and vulnerable households across the city, affected by the governments … More
Liverpool City Council is set to spend the majority of this year’s increase in Council Tax on services for the most vulnerable.
Twenty north west local government leaders responsible for children’s social care have signed a letter to the Chancellor warning they need more money to tackle a growing crisis in the sector.
Schools in Liverpool are being encouraged to open up about mental health as part of a national campaign. The Time To … More
A Liverpool prison is the latest organisation to secure a charter mark for being breast feeding friendly.