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Advice Service

ADVICE SERVICE

We aim to provide people with advice they need to resolve the problems they are facing.

We provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone and we value diversity and promote equality.

Our advice service is in the following topics:

WELFARE BENEFITS

Problem with your benefits? We can help with the following:

 ESA: filling in the form

 ESA: reconsiderations and appeals

 Supporting evidence for PIP and ESA claims

 PIP: filling in the form

 PIP: reconsiderations and appeals

 Universal Credit: an overview

 Permitted Work

 DLA: a guide to filling in the form

 DLA: revisions and appeals

 DLA face-to-face medicals for adults and children

 DLA for children under 16

 Blue Badge

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

Helping you into work or Enterprise

At different times in your life you may need extra advice and support to help you into work. Whether you are a lone parent, disabled, leaving school or college, over 55, or simply out of work, there are a number of services and programmes to help you.

  • CV writing support
  • Job search
  • Applications
  • Interview techniques
  • Basic skills
  • Esol for work
  • Work placement
  • Understanding enterprise
  • Business development

DEBT ADVICE & MONEY MANAGEMENT

We can help you to deal with your dept problems, and get your finances back into order.

  • Rent arrears
  • Mortgage problems
  • Dealing with bailifts
  • Dealing with your creditas

FAMILY MATTERS

Our family support services includes; relationships,separation, divorce, and looked after children and young people.

HOUSING & HOMELESSNESS

  • Get advice on applying for homeless help from the council, including making an application and challenging a decision.
  • Help with finding accommodation including local authority services for homeless people, accommodation agencies and deposits and premiums.

 

 

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