We at The Life Rooms are here to help you live the best way you can.

You might have a housing issue, a question about your employment, want advice on your lifestyle or tips on how to exercise: whatever it is, we can help you take your next steps towards a healthier and happier life.

Our courses and support services for adults are delivered across Merseyside, as well as online.

Through The Life Rooms you can access:

  • Learning: a wide range of courses for positive mental and physical health as well as cultural and creative opportunities
  • Social prescribing:  practical one-to-one support in areas like employment, housing and debt
  • Inclusion: safe and welcoming environments.

Once you walk through our door, join us online or speak to a member of our team, you will be able to access even wider resources including meeting spaces for community groups, family friendly areas, a computer suite and a café.  You can also access library facilities at our Walton site.

The Life Rooms: Our Story

  1. May 2016 - The Life Rooms Walton opened

  2. May 2017 - The Life Rooms Southport opened

  3. December 2018 - The Life Rooms Bootle opened, in partnership with Hugh Baird Further Education College

  4. December 2019 - The Community Inclusion Team joined The Life Rooms family, supporting outreach to diverse communities across Liverpool

  5. October 2020 - The Life Rooms Online is launched

  6. January 2022 - Community Mental Health prevention offer launched, providing Life Rooms outreach to libraries, One-Stop Shops and Children’s centres across the City of Liverpool

Our model

At The Life Rooms we have a threefold approach to improving health: learning, social prescribing and community.

Our three pillar model is based on a social approach which enables people to become more active in their own health. 

We focus on prevention and enabling the whole community – service users, carers, their families and local communities – to bring about change. 

This model improves the health of the population reduces pressure on clinical services.


Services are confidential unless there is a concern about a risk to yourself or someone else. If this is the case, the reason for breaking your confidence will be made explicit wherever possible by a member of the team.