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    Islington Council Income Team

    In the Income Team, we financially assess clients to see if they can contribute towards the services they receive. We carry out assessments for most care services, including: housework and shopping, personal care in the home, night settling, sessional workers sleepover, respite care at home,…

    Islington Energy Advice Team

    Contact us for advice on cutting your energy and staying warm at home. We run workshops to help you draught-proof your home, thermally line your curtains and reduce your energy bills. If the household has someone vulnerable living there, we can assess you for the…

    Islington Generic Floating Support

    Floating Support is a free housing support service for people who are struggling to maintain their tenancies. It is available to single people, couples and families from any communication. Floating support services help people to: manage their tenancy by developing independent living skills e.g. managing…

    Islington Pensioners Forum

    Open meetings for Islington pensioners in the Islington Town Hall, Upper St, N1. Membership is free to anyone over 55 who lives or works in Islington. We are a membership organisation established in 1986 providing voice for the pensioners of Islington about the issues affecting them.…

    Islington People's Rights (IPR) Localo Offer Flash

    Coronavirus Update Islington People’s Rights is currently providing the following services:   Telephone legal advice  Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays 2-4pm  Call advice line on 020 7561 3685  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Usual Service Islington People’s Rights (IPR) provides specialist debt advice and casework support to Islington residents, including tribunal…

    Islington Somali Community

    Coronavirus Update Young people support during the Coronavirus outbreak Job seeking/ job search techniques online Engaging YP to help each other with volunteers and mentors supervising Webinar on how to develop CV , personal statement  Health and well-being - How to stay fit from inside your…

    Islington Stroke Service

    A community based project for stroke survivors and their families and friends.  The project runs a number of different services: ANS: advocacy, navigation and support. This service aims to ensure that the needs of the individual are met as much as possible. Assistance can be given in completing…

    IVAorg CIC - 'Not-for-Profit' Free Debt Help and Advice

    IVA.org is a 'not-for-profit' organisation which specialises in providing confidential, free and impartial advice to anyone experiencing problems with their unsecured debts. Our advisors will help you find the best solution to suit your personal circumstances. We will provide you with the guidance needed to…

    Jobcentre Plus Barnsbury

    The Barnsbury Jobcentre Plus is a part of the Department of Work and Pensions providing a comprehensive work and benefits service. Here you get advice and information on how to get into paid work. People of working age also get the help and support they…

    Jobcentre Plus Finsbury Park

    Finsbury Park Jobcentre Plus is a part of the Department of Work and Pensions providing a comprehensive work and benefits service. Here you get advice and information on how to get into paid work. People of working age also get the help and support they…

    Kurdistan and Middle Eastern Women's organisaton

    KMEWO provides: One-to-one information, advice and advocacy support Bilingual counselling in Kurdish, Arabic, Farsi, Tigrinya and English A wide range of confidence building, education training and volunteering opportunities for women Drop in for advice and guidance on welfare rights, domestic violence, employment, education & training.…

    Law Works

    LawWorks is a charity which aims to provide free legal help to individuals and community groups who cannot afford to pay for it and who are unable to access legal aid. LawWorks provides free legal advice at LawWorks clinics - full details of locations and…

    Legal Advice

    This website offers free, confidential and independent legal advice for residents of England and Wales.

    Macmillan Cancer Support

    Macmillan Cancer Support can provide advice and information on financial planning when you have cancer. They can help you plan ahead to meet your needs, They can provide advice and information on benefits, debt management, pensions etc See the financial advice section of the website…

    Mary Ward Legal Centre

    Mary Ward Legal Centre provides free advice about debt and housing issues. We also offer free evening legal appointments on a range of other issues. You can get advice about any debt issue by contacting our dedicated debt advice line on 020 7269 5455. We…

    Money Advice

    In the current economic climate, many people are finding it difficult to cope financially. You can find helpful advice on the pages.

    National Debt Line

    National Debtline is a national telephone helpline for people with debt problems in England, Wales and Scotland. Our service is free, confidential and independent.

    National Debtline

    National Debtline provides free advice and resources to help you deal with your debts. You can access our services over the phone, through our website and via webchat. We’ll give you advice on important debts such as rent or mortgage arrears and support if creditors…

    No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) Team

    No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) is an immigration condition restricting access to public funds, including many mainstream benefits such as welfare and housing. Families and individuals may have a right to financial support (accommodation and subsistence) from social services to avoid destitution or because…