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Halton Agencies

Sexual Health Services in Halton
There are a number of public health services available in St Helens, to find out more - click the links below.

Halton Integrated Substance Misuse Service is a fully integrated substance misuse service offering rapid and open access to assessment and treatment for people experiencing problems with drugs and/or alcohol, promoting recovery from addiction and dependence.

The Family Nurse Partnership is a programme for first time mothers under the age of 20. It offers intensive and structured home visiting, delivered by specially trained nurses (Family Nurses), from early pregnancy until the child is two.

Youngaddaction Halton is a service that offers support and information to young people aged 10 – 19 with any kind of substance misuse issue, including drugs, alcohol and solvents, sexual health and relationships. Youngaddaction Halton delivers a specialist substance misuse service where support is given to young people on a one to one basis in relation to their alcohol and substance misuse.  The other being an early intervention targeted and prevention service which involves education and harm reduction and work within schools and the wider community. 

Nightstop Communities North West places young people who have nowhere to stay in trained volunteers' spare rooms. 
Young people receive a private room, a warm meal and somewhere safe to stay for the night, while we look for a more permanent solution. 
Nightstop in Widnes is delivered by Nightstop Communities North West - a local homelessness charity.

The Canal Boat Adventure Project (CBAP) is a local boat hiring service that operates and offers our services to Halton and the neighbours towns. We were established in 1976 and granted charity statues in 1984.
This project also operates, in partnership with local young people, a canal boat-based social inclusion project for young people from the most deprived wards in Halton, where young people are encouraged to identify barriers to achievement in their lives and to develop the skills and confidence to address these. They receive support, advice and information about careers, debt, drugs, alcohol, sexual health and healthy lifestyles. This is do through offering innovative programmes that include canal boat trips, cooking, experience days, sports, music and other initiatives addressing the needs of the local community.

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