Citizens Advice Healthier and Wealthier

Healthier and Wealthier can support and guide you on the following services:

  • Benefits, tax credits and Universal credits:
    • Challenging decisions when benefits are stopped or changed
    • Understanding entitlements and making applications
  • Medical evidence for benefits/housing
    • Seeing what useful evidence patient already has
    • Identifying other, often better, sources of good evidence
    • Avoiding wasting patients money if new evidence isn't needed
    • DS1500 entitlement and usage
  • Debt, budgeting and maximising income
  • Consumer issues including energy costs and fuel poverty
  • Work, employment rights and unemployment
  • Self-employment issues including sickness or benefits
  • Housing, poor living conditions, tenancy and landlords
  • Pregnancy and parental rights and responsibilities
  • Relationships, separations, family and legal matters
  • Hardships, accessing foodbanks and finding help in emergencies
  • Caring or disability rights and benefits
  • Immigration rights and responsibilities
  • Legal representation and regulated financial/pension matters

For more information visit the citizens advice website.

 

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