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2nd floor Royal Sovereign HouseBeresford StreetLondonSE18 6BF
The Migrant Hub is a drop-in service offering free advice and practical support to refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. What We Do Every week we offer: Immigration advice Housing advice Support for survivors of domestic violence Food parcels A shared hot lunch On a rotating basis the Hub hosts outreach workers offering: Support for families facing destitution Support for survivors of gender-based violence Support…
The Woolwich Centre35 Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
Some children are entitled to free meals at school. From September 2014, all children in the reception, year 1 and year 2 will automatically receive a free school meal, while free school meals are available for all school-aged children in year 3 or above, whose parents, carers or guardians claim certain benefits.Young people who are claiming a qualifying benefit themselves are also entitled.It is important to sign up for school meals as registering could mean extra government funding for your child's school.
21 Calderwood StreetWoolwichSE18 6QW
Greenwich & Bexley Credit Union is a savings and loans co-operative owned and run by its members - that means we have to keep our members happy. We don’t have external shareholders, so all our profits are ploughed back into the business or paid out to members as a dividend on savings. Our members come from all walks of life and use their loans and savings to pay for things like holidays, home improvements, birthday presents, weddings and religious festivals, to pay off existing debts or just to put money aside for a rainy day. It’s easy and convenient to…
The Woolwich Centre, 35Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
The Welfare Rights Service advises Royal Greenwich residents on tax credits and benefits. You can find advice and information on a range of benefits and other forms of financial support on this website, and also download advice leaflets. If you are a Royal Greenwich resident and need further information, you can contact the Welfare Rights Service to: Get a free benefit check to make sure you are not missing out on benefits and tax credits Order advice leaflets. If you do not live or work in Royal Greenwich, you can find…
At Good Food in Greenwich we are working to deliver an action plan to tackle food poverty, but many of these changes will take time. In the meantime, make sure you are getting everything you’re entitled to – have a look at our information sheet to find out what support is out there. If you’re struggling to feed yourself or your family, or you know someone who is, there are some…
35Wellington Street,WoolwichSE18 6HQ
The Housing Aid Centre helps people to resolve disputes with landlords or mortgage lenders, including problems with arrears, maintenance issues, harassment and illegal eviction. They can offer advice and assistance to: Private rented tenants. Housing association tenants. Homeowners with mortgage arrears and other problems.
The Housing Options service provides advice and assistance for Royal Greenwich residents aged 18 or over who are in housing need or at risk of homelessness. Caseworkers will discuss your circumstances and explore the different options that are available to you. There is a separate advisory service, 1st Base, for under 18s.