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 in Walton, South Liverpool, Southport, and Bootle. 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 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, and computer suites.  You can also access library facilities at our Walton and Southport sites, and a café 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

The Life Rooms social model of health

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 and 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.