If you think you or a vulnerable person you know is at risk of harm, abuse or neglect, go to Brighton and Hove City Council website for more information
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Advicelocal can help you with questions relating to: welfare benefits and tax credits; council tax, including exemptions and discounts; debt and money advice; housing and homelessness; employment and work issues, disability and social care; and asylum and immigration
Buying and cooking on a budget
Top tips for making your money go further
This is one of the information resources we have seen.
On the this website there are other useful resources including a guide to money-saving apps.
Debt & Mental Health – resources & advice from the royal college of Psychiatrists:
Debt Information – we like this site which has useful information about common debt problems & solutions “very clear, it answers a lot of common questions without jargon“: https://debtcamel.co.uk/
Brighton and Hove City Council : Main Website – Council tax information and complaints – www.brighton-hove.gov.uk
Department for Work and Pensions – Information about benefits – www.dwp.gov.uk
Financial Ombudsman Service – www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk
Money Advice Service – Helps you manage your money better and gives clear, unbiased advice to help you make informed choices – http://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/
National CAB website – www.citizensadvice.org.uk
Pension Credits Line – Tel: 0800 991 234
Tax Help for Older People – http://www.taxvol.org.uk/index.htm