Labour and Co-operative Member of
Parliament for Kemptown and Peacehaven

Money, Benefits & Debt

by Daniel Pomlett on 12.09.18

If you are experiencing financial difficulties,  or you are not sure what benefits you may be entitled to you can use the online benefit advisor to determine your eligibility. If you are having problems with a benefit claim there are many organisations who offer free, expert advice:

St Luke’s Advice Service

St Lukes Advice Service (SLAS) is a registered charity, providing free debt and benefit advice to people in need. They are a free and confidential service, open to anyone in Brighton & Hove and surrounding areas.

Money Advice Plus Brighton

Money Advice Plus is a registered charity (Money Advice & Community Support Service) based in Brighton & Hove, helping and supporting people experiencing difficulty managing their money or financial affairs.

Possability People

Possability People is the new name for The Fed Centre for Independent Living (The Fed). We are a charity which was set up in 1981 to support and involve disabled people to have equal rights, and a voice and control over issues affecting their lives.

Citizens Advice Brighton & Hove or Citizens Advice Brighton & Hove – Lewes

Citizens Advice provide free, confidential and impartial advice and campaign on big issues affecting people’s lives. Their goal is to help everyone find a way forward, whatever problem they face. They are an independent charity and part of the Citizens Advice network across England and Wales.

Welfare Rights Team – Brighton and Hove Council

Welfare rights team offer advice and representation to people who have been turned down for benefits. They can be contacted on our public advice line on Monday 10am to 1pm on 01273 291116.

Money Works Brighton and Hove

Moneyworks is a council-funded project offering money and debt advice to people living in Brighton and Hove. They provide a telephone helpline, as well as drop-in and appointment sessions in a number of locations. They offer advice and practical help on a wide range of issues, including benefits, managing debt, bank accounts, managing bills, housing, eating well on a budget, and more.

Martlets Welfare Benefits Service

The aim of the project is to offer a volunteer-based home visiting service, alongside a Welfare Benefits advice clinic, held weekly at the Martlets, to people affected by advanced cancer or other life-limiting illnesses.

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