Hope Centre


The Hope Centres aim is to work with vulnerable and disadvantaged people in St Helens across two centres by developing advice, advocacy, support, life skills and vocational training programmes.


  • ‘BREATHE’ wellbeing programme, a free progressional course for people experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems such as depression and anxiety.
    The course is delivered to a small group of learners and begins by lying down the foundations of ‘Positive Self-Esteem & Confidence’, once embedded the course then looks at ‘Ambition’, ‘Assertiveness’ and ‘effective communication’. The course runs for 8 weeks.
  • IT Classes – aimed at complete beginners and those wanting to improve their IT skills or safely navigate the digital world. Run Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
  • English & Maths run in partnership with St Helens College – suitable for various abilities.

    If you are interested in any of the above please get in touch with Sarah McDonagh 0174426414 or email [email protected]

  • Hope Singers – Wednesday morning 9.30 to 100am the Hope Centre is filled with the voices of the Hope Singers, for more information please contact Michael on 07930 540815 or Audrey on 07745415857

    Services which we support from the Hope Centre – the Foodbank and Baby Basics

    Foodbank websites:   www.sthelens.foodbank.org.uk/

    Baby Basics website: www.hopecentre.org.uk

  • How to Access

    Contact the Hope Centre by phone/email for further information.

    Type of Organisation

    Local charity (no.1103903)


    Hope Centre, Atherton Street, St Helens, Merseyside, WA10 2DT