Safeguarding adults at risk

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

Advice Services for residents of Brighton & Hove

Find Advice Wherever You Live


Find advice Agencies that hold the AQS (Advice Quality Standard)

Find Advice In your area

Enter a postcode and choose an advice topic to find tailored information for your area, including details of independent advice organisations who can help you get the advice and support that you need.

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

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership

Buying and cooking on a budget
Top tips for making your money go further


Guide to shopping safely online

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“:



Asylum Aid – Provides free advice and representation – Advice Line: 020 7354 9264 – Tuesdays 1-4pm –



Brighton and Hove City Council : Main Website – Council tax information and complaints –



Department for Work and Pensions – Information about benefits –



Disabled Living Foundation – A national charity providing impartial advice, information and training on independent living: Helpline: 0300 999 0004 –



Financial Ombudsman Service –



Money Advice Service – Helps you manage your money better and gives clear, unbiased advice to help you make informed choices –



National CAB website –



National Debtline – Free confidential telephone advice – Tel: 0808 8084000 –



Pension Credits Line – Tel: 0800 991 234



Tax Help for Older People –




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