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Irish Community Care

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Irish Community Care
151 Dale Street
L2 2AH

Public phone: 0151 237 3987


Website URL:

General information

Service offered: Range of information, drop in advice and outreach support services including home, hospital and prison visits for people from the Irish. Irish Traveller and Gypsy communities. Welfare benefits advice and advocacy, support around homelessness, accommodation, poor health, drug or alcohol misuse, mental health, registration with GP, harm reduction, family support, cultural and social isolation. ICC also supports Wirral Council to meet their government expectation to ndertake Welfare Needs Assessments for vulnerable and homeless encamped families. Opening Hours: Liverpool Drop In Mon/Tues/Weds/Fri 9.30am-1pm. Closed for lunch 1pm – 2pm. Appointments can be made for afternoons on drop in days. We also provide support and advice services to people at home, in hospitals, care homes, prisons. Wigan drop in: Brian Boru Club, 55 Bryn Street, Wigan WN4 9AX. Telephone: 01942 717 999. Ellesmere Port Drop In: Council Buildings, Civic Way, Ellesmere Port, CH65 0BE. Telephone 0151 237 3987

Target group: People from the Irish and Irish Traveller and Gypsy communities.

Area served: Merseyside, West Lancashire and Cheshire

How to contact: Drop-in, phone (0151 237 3987) or write.


Monday: 9.30am - 1pm drop-in (Liverpool)

Tuesday: 9.30am - 1pm drop-in (Liverpool) / 9.30am - 12.30pm drop-in (Ellesmere Port)

Wednesday: 9.30am - 1pm drop-in (Liverpool)

Thursday: Closed

Friday: 9.30am - 1pm drop-in (Liverpool) / Brian Boru Club, drop in: 1.30pm-3.30pm Fridays ring 01942 717 999 for details (Wigan)

Weekends: Closed

Office Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm. Closed for lunch 1pm – 2pm.


Wheelchair access: Yes - full

Accessible toilets: Yes

Access notes: Parking for disabled drivers. Level entrance. Lift. Home visits for people unable to attend the office.

Other information

Languages other than English:

Charity number: 1136760 (Started as the welfare arm of Liverpool Irish Centre over 50 years ago, registered as a charity in July 2010)

Year established: 2010


Public transport: Liverpool Central train station and Paradise Street bus station - 10 minutes walk.Also 10 minutes away from Moorfields and Lime Street train stations

Record last checked: 05 September 2018


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