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    Advice Plymouth

    Advice Plymouth is a formal consortium of not-for-profit advice agencies, commissioned by Plymouth City Council to deliver a co-ordinated advice and information service for the people of Plymouth. It is made up of the following organisations: Citizens Advice Plymouth Plymouth Guild The service is available…
    Buckell StreetPlymouthPlymouthPL1 2DA
    03444 111 444

    Benefits Appeal Service

    If you receive benefits and believe and error has been made you can appeal. You need to write to Revenues and BenefitsPlymouth City CouncilPO Box 293PlymouthPL5 9BZ within one month of the date of the decision letter and ask either for a letter explaining our…
    71New George StreetPlymouthPL1 1RJ
    01752 668000

    Catholic Childrens Society (Plymouth)

    We are a child welfare agency covering the Roman Catholic Diocese of Plymouth, which consists of Cornwall, Devon and most of Dorset. We provide: Individual grants and bursaries for families and children in need Parenting Courses through diocesan schools Programmes on social concern for school…
    Plymouth Diocese, Rosary House, 27Fore StreetHeavitreeExeterDevonEX1 2QJ
    01392 426494 01392 255109

    Child Maintenance Options

    At Child Maintenance Options, we provide impartial information and support to help both parents make informed choices about child maintenance. The fact that we're impartial means we are here to help both parents and we aren't biased towards any one way of arranging child maintenance.…
    0800 988 0988

    Civil Legal Advice

    Network of Legal Services Commission funded advice providers. This civil legal aid scheme helps people to protect their rights. This can include benefit appeals, special educational needs, housing, debt, if your home is at risk, advice and help for victims of domestic violence.
    0345 345 4345

    Cold Weather Payments

    You may get a Cold Weather Payment if you’re getting certain benefits. You’ll get a payment if the average temperature in your area is recorded as, or forecast to be, zero degrees celsius or below for 7 consecutive days. The Cold Weather Payment scheme runs from…

    Department for Work and Pensions

    The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for welfare, pensions and child maintenance. We administer the State Pension and a range of working age, disability and ill health benefits to over 22 million people. This includes understanding and dealing with the causes of poverty…
    Department For Work & Pensions, Caxton HouseTothill StreetLondonSW1H 9NA

    Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support Council

    Based in Plymouth city centre, we provide advice, support, education, IT facilities and a friendly communal space for asylum seekers in the region. Advice and advocacy for asylum seekers and refugees. Advisors can offer guidance on a range of issues involved in health, education, immigration…
    7Whimple StreetPlymouthPL1 2DH
    01752 265952

    Energy Saving Trust

    Energy Saving Trust provides information to members of the public and businesses on how to save energy and therefore save money. They also provide information on schemes available to help with the cost of fitting energy-saving improvements in your home  
    21Dartmouth StreetLondonSW1H 9BP
    Energy Saving Advice Service: 0300 123 1234

    A guide to Support Plans

    Support plan is the name for the plan that shows how your personal budget will be spent. The support plan describes what you want to change or achieve in your life and how you will use your budget to make these changes happen. In order for the council…
    Plymouth City Council 1st Shop, 71New George StreetPlymouthPL1 1RJ
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