Money and Benefits in Harrow
The organisations below can provide advice with money management and benefits:
- Harrow Association of Disabled People (HAD)
Promote and bring about inclusion and equality for all disabled people in all areas of life by ensuring that they have access to relevant disability information, advice and support. Ther are drop in services for the deaf community.
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- Harrow Citizens Advice Bureau
The Citizens Advice service offers practical, up-to-date information and advice on a wide range of topics, including debt, benefits, housing, legal, discrimination, employment, immigration, consumer and other problems.
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- Harrow Mencap
Work with and represents people with learning disabilities and their families and carers to ensure their needs, rights and aspirations are met.
- ADHD and Autism Support Harrow
Provides support for families including services such as a Helpline, coffee mornings, lending library, parenting courses, drop-in support (help with form filling etc.) adult support meetings.
- Harrow Carers
Carers are helped by the provision of support and social activities. Assistance on a wide range of topics including benefits advice.
- Harrow Association for the Blind (part of the MAB)
Works locally to provide a range of high quality services, information, advice and training, all aimed at assisting the visually impaired to lead independent lives.
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- Harrow Youth
Supports young people with learning difficulties and disabilities who live in Harrow and are aged 13 to 25. Harrow Youth Stop offers a full range of free and confidential services for young people all under one roof.
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- Harrow Children and Young People's Advocacy Service
Provides independent advocacy support to children and young people aged between 8 and 25 years who are looked after children, leaving care, refugee and asylum seekers and those going through child protection processes.
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- Jobcentre Plus
Are part of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and play a major role in supporting the Department’s aim to "promote opportunity and independence for all through modern, customer-focused services." Offer benefits advice and assist with applications.
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- Harrow Law Centre
Law Centres are specialists in social welfare law. This covers for example community care, family, housing, education, employment, debt, immigration, benefits, etc. Law Centres can provide representation at Court and at tribunals.
- Mind in Harrow
Mind in Harrow is affiliated to National Mind, the leading mental health charity. Here in Harrow they support people who experience mental health difficulties.