Crisis Skylight Merseyside

Crisis Skylight Merseyside is working hard to provide support to our members. We are still here to help.

We are providing most support remotely through phones or on-line where possible.

Because of the risks to people who may have underlying health needs our buildings are closed or have very restricted access.

Please do not come to Crisis Skylight Merseyside.

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Crisis Skylight Merseyside
96 Kent Street
L1 5BD

This is our office in Merseyside, but many activities take place in partner organisations.

Opening hours

Please call us on 0151 218 7000 or email us at merseyside@crisis.org.uk and we will get back to you as soon as possible, so we can arrange the support you need in the way that will keep you safe.

Contact us:

T:0151 218 7000


Skylight Director

Sharron McGuinness

Public transport

Buses: Five minute walk from Liverpool ONE bus station and a 10 minute walk from Paradise Street bus station.

Trains: Five minute walk from Liverpool Central station and a 10 minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street Station. 

Walk: Kent Street is off Duke Street. Five minutes walk from Bold street and just down the hill from the Chinese Arch.

Our timetable

We offer classes in art, music, numeracy, literacy and IT as well as training and education so you can gain qualifications and get practical skills.

Activities timetable

How Crisis can help you in Merseyside

Every year we work with thousands of people to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good. How we can help depends on someone's needs and situation.

One of our friendly experts will spend time with you to work out what you need. We could help you with:

Finding a home and settling in
Finding work and applying for jobs
Looking after your health and wellbeing

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How the Light Gets in is a magazine created by and for members from Crisis Skylight Merseyside. Click here to view the magazine.



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