They are a community of people with diabetes, family members, friends, supporters and carers, offering their own support and first hand knowledge. The Diabetes Forum is demonstrated in research to be the most actively used social medium for people with diabetes.

Website: www.diabetes.co.uk

Diabetes Centre - St Helens Hospital

Over the last decade, the team have strived (and succeeded) to establish a high quality service with engagement and involvement of its users. The Diabetes Centre has an active research programme and has received recognition for its high quality diabetes service.

Telephone: (non-urgent only) 01744 646 266

Website: www.sthk.nhs.uk

Diabetes UK - North West

Our aim is to influence healthcare provision and improve services for people with diabetes at a local level, together with raising awareness.

Telephone: 01925 653281

Fax: 01925 653288

Website: www.diabetes.org.uk

Email: n.west@diabetes.org.uk 

Healthy Eating

Our fun, friendly Cook and Taste sessions encourage you and your family to taste new foods, learn cookery skills and make tasty healthy meals on a budget. Sessions are free. Fit4All early years to support families with healthy eating and active play for children age 1-4 years, hints, tips and advice on fussy eating and eating well.

Telephone: 01744 371 111

Website: www.sthelenswellbeing.org.uk

Email: chcp.sthelens@nhs.net

Diabetes Drop-In Clinic

Drop-in clinic is only available for patients who are currently attending and known to the St Helens Hospital Diabetes Centre.

Telephone: 01744 646244

Address: Diabetes Centre, St Helens Hospital, Marshalls Cross Road, St Helens, WA9 3DA

My Diabetes: Cheshire and Merseyside

The My Diabetes: Cheshire and Merseyside website provides information about diabetes, from videos, leaflets and e-learning courses, to help you understand more about your diabetes and increase your confidence in how to manage it.

Website: cm.mydiabetes.com