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Welfare Benefits Advice

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Offers; Advice, Case Preparation and Representation at Welfare Benefit (Social Security) Appeal Tribunals.

Complex benefit situations - casework carried out.

Offering benefits advice via a dedicated advice line number (Advice line operates 2 days per week.)

Where possible assistance with claiming benefits both online and written - volunteer led.

Staffing levels permitting, attendance at medical assessments and DWP interviews, with clients.

 

For more information click on the website link.

Address:
Mind in Croydon (WBA), Orchard House, 15a Purley Road, South Croydon, Surrey, CR2 6EZ
Telephone:
020 8763 2037
Website:
Opening times:
Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
Who is it for:
People experiencing mental health difficulties
Charges:
Free
Sector:
Voluntary

Related Information

Related Factsheets

Service Definitions

You may be entitled to receive benefits if you are on a low income or have certain costs to meet because of your personal situation. Check if any of the following apply to you. You're on a low income (employed or looking for work). You have dependent children. You're ill or disabled. You're caring for someone. You're aged 60 or over. You have been bereaved. You're pregnant or have recently had a baby. You can check whether you may qualify to receive financial or other support by contacting a benefits adviser service or by reading the attached fact sheets
Financial advice is given on specific areas of your finances. It works well with financial planning for the whole of your financial security.