Welfare Benefits

Agencies matching your criteria

CAB Kensington*

140 Ladbroke Grove, London W10 5ND

0844 826 97080844 826 9708

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Must live work or study in the Borough or be eligible for Legal Aid (click here for more information on Legal Aid)
We are authorised to advise upon debt relief orders and bankruptcy
Ladbroke Grove

Drop in Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10am – 12.30 pm or by prior appointment weekdays 10am to 4.30 pm
Initial interview at drop in and thereafter prior appointment.

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CAB Chelsea*

Kings Road, London SW3 5EE

0844 826 9708 0844 826 9708

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Must live work or study in the Borough or be eligible for Legal Aid (click here for more information on Legal Aid)
We are authorised to advise upon debt relief orders and bankruptcy
Chelsea

Drop in Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10am – 12.30 pm or by prior appointment weekdays 10am to 4.30 pm
Initial interview at drop in and thereafter prior appointment

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Nucleus Advice Service*

298 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 9JF

020 7373 4005020 7373 4005

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Must live work or study in the Borough or be eligible for Legal Aid (click here for more information on Legal Aid)
We are authorised to advise upon debt relief orders and bankruptcy
Earls Court

Drop in Thursday 10am to 12.30pm or by prior appointment
Initial interview at drop in or by prior appointment

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Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum

2 Thorpe Close, London W10 5XL

020 8962 3049, 078 5482 1088 020 8962 3049, 078 5482 1088

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Refugees and migrants resident in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Brent, Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham and Ealing
Ladbroke Grove

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9:30 – 5:30 Call to book an appointment. Advice also available via telephone or email
Initial interview by telephone or prior appointment

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Turn2us

This service which helps people access the money available to them – through welfare benefits, grants and other help.

Advice Now

Advicenow is an independent, not-for-profit website providing up-to-date information on rights and legal issues.

Advicenow’s information service brings together the best information on the law and rights from over 200 UK websites.

They don’t use a search engine, as every link has been handpicked and summarised by their team of experienced advisers.

Jobcentre Plus

Open Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm.

For help and advice about finding work or entitlement to benefits.

Citizens Advice service – Advice Guide

The site provides easy to understand general information on all areas of law including welfare benefits. It has handy tips on how to deal with situations and very useful standards letter and documents you can download.

Independent Age

Independent Age provides advice and information for older people, their relatives and carers in their own home, in hospital or in care homes.

Monday to Friday 10am-4pm

Benefits Adviser

Get an estimate of what benefits (e.g. Income Support or Jobseeker’s Allowance) and tax credits you could get, and find out about claiming specific benefits. You can also find out how your benefits would be affected by a change in circumstances (e.g. if you find work).

The Department of Work and Pensions

The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has an A – Z of benefits and entitlements that provides details on most benefits. The site is updated regularly and also covers benefits that are administered by local authorities (e.g. your local Council, for example – Housing Benefit).

The Pension Service

Find out more about how you can receive a Pension Credit estimate, and how to apply. Pension Credit is an income related benefit for pensioners living in Great Britain. It is made up of two different parts, Guarantee Credit and Savings Credit.

The Benefit Enquiry Line

The Benefit Enquiry Line provides advice and information for disabled people and carers on the range of benefits available. The person taking your call will not have your personal papers but will be able to give you general advice. Please visit the Directgov page detailed below to learn about these benefits first.

Care UK

Provides practical help and support for carers on a wide range of topics including welfare benefits and money advice.

The Disability Law Service

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The Disability Law Service provides telephone and written advice to clients whom have welfare benefit problems, and also representation; depending upon our availability at that time.

Welfare Rights on the Net

Find out what benefits you may be entitled to and how to claim them. An easy to navigate site with lots of very useful information