Service Delivery Update: Covid-19

n-compass continues to operate during the current Covid-19 outbreak. To ensure the safety of staff and service users we have adapted all our services to offer online or telephone support. Our services remain open and we are continuing to accept referrals from health professionals, GPs and self-referrals. Our phone lines are open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. 

We will update on further changes to services should they occur.

What We Do

n-compass operates across the North of England to help people regain control of their lives, providing hope and a sense of purpose, through the provision of Carers, Advocacy, Wellbeing, Counselling and Volunteering Services.

We place people at the centre of everything we do, delivering excellence by utilising people’s strengths to stay well.  Originally operating exclusively in Lancashire, our footprint now also covers Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Merseyside and Cumbria.

What We Do

Our Impact

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Our Services

We provide a range of support through our different programmes.

We Deliver Services across the North of England

We Deliver Services across the North of England

Raymond's Story
Emma’s Story
Graham's Story
Cath's Story
Victoria's Story

Raymond's Story

Raymond has a personality disorder and physical health needs. He lives independently in the community but has been admitted to hospital on several occasions. Raymond had disengaged from health professionals and had frequent episodes of verbal and physical aggression. The Wirral Advocacy Hub supported Raymond through...

Emma’s Story

Emma lost a close family member, her mood and self-confidence became low. She coped with these feelings through self-harm, not talking to anyone through fear it would upset them. counselling gave Emma the confidence, through ‘positive affirmation’ cards, to express herself in a safe environment; exploring...

Graham's Story

Graham lived in residential care as he required extra support to do things. Social services felt this could not be met at home, however Graham felt with provision of care he would be able to move back there. He met with his Advocate and explained that he wanted to be at home but understood the risks of doing this....

Cath's Story

Cath is a culturally Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) user with limited literacy skills. Cath was referred to the Deaf Link worker after attending an Interpreter drop-in service. She had recently lost her job and bereaved of her partner and was facing eviction. Cath had tried to access services and companies...

Victoria's Story

Victoria suffered a stroke and was admitted to hospital. Victoria’s social worker believed 24/7 care was required to meet her needs. However, Victoria did not agree and wanted to return home. Her verbal communication had been greatly affected by the stroke, leaving her unable to communicate any insight into...

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Our Team

Our Team

Our talented team are committed, passionate and want to make a positive difference. We are a diverse team joined together by our common values which we all share.

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