The Citizens Advice website offers a range of self-help advice:
Citizens Advice is in the process of developing a national telephone advice line. It is now fully operational in Wales, but only for people who live or work there. In England the service is currently being rolled out area by area. If it is not yet available in your area, you will hear options for recorded information:
- for Wales call 08444 77 20 20
- for England call 08444 111 444
There are around 120 local Disability Information and Advice Line services (DIALs) throughout Great Britain run by and for disabled people. To find out if there is a DIAL that covers your area:
Telephone: (01302) 310 123
Text Phone: (01302) 310 123
Disability Rights UK
Website offers a range of information about benefits for disabled people
On the Government Website there is a benefit adviser facility
The advocacy organisation SEAP have produced a tool to help people prepare for benefits assessments.
You can access these through their website:
For information about housing benefit and council tax
Help to understand more about the welfare benefits system and what might be available to you, depending on your personal situation.