Compass is here to help if you need us!
Compass staff and our team of amazing volunteers can provide remote sessions to all of our clients.
We are currently providing telephone counselling to our current clients, and are offering telephone and video counselling to our new referrals.
We are open to new referrals so do get in touch if you would like to refer yourself or be referred to our services and we will go through the process with you and advise you of likely waiting times. We will ask you at your referral if you would prefer counselling via telephone or video. We will aim to let you know what is available at Compass whenever you get in touch so you can make an informed decision about the best next steps for you.
Our Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills course started on the 2nd October 2020 remotely and is going very well so far . We will be remotely holding a Level 2 Introduction to Counselling course from the 21st January 2021 for 10 weeks . If you are interested in our courses or training please contact ourselves, and we will send you an application form.
We are unable to see any visitors to the service without a prior appointment and this would only be where other options were not available.
Our service is supported by the Steve Morgan Foundation and the Community Match Challenge – part of the governments £750m support package for charities #CommunitiesCan
Mon – Thurs 9.30 – 4.00pm
T: 0151 237 3993
If you would like to offer your support to help Compass to fundraise during this difficult time do get in touch – we need your support!.
Compass like many other charities rely on kind donations to provide the service we offer, if you would like to help us provide support to the people of Merseyside, especially through these current circumstances, you can donate to ourselves through our Local Giving site. Any donation amount would be gratefully received, however for instance;
A £5 donation keeps our phone lines open
A £15 donation allows us to process 2 new client referrals
A £40 donation provides a telephone counselling session.
Do get in touch if you feel we can help. You can keep up to date with tips, updates and self-help material by following us on social media via –
We have compiled a list of resources to support your mental health and wellbeing, these can be found below.
If you require urgent assistance please call the crisis team at Royal Liverpool A&E dept on 0151 706 2000, the Samaritans on 116 123 or ring your GP.
Sources of Support Information Leaflet