The Hampshire Macmillan Citizens Advice service provides specialist support to people affected by cancer who are living in or being treated in Hampshire. Their caseworkers can help with benefits advice, grants, blue badge applications and [...]
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The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and our current state of lockdown is likely to be having an enormous impact on peoples’ emotional and mental wellbeing. Not being able to see loved ones, feeling anxious about home-schooling [...]
A new helpline has been set up by Hampshire County Council for vulnerable people within Hampshire who need urgent assistance with food, household supplies, collection of medication, or who are at risk of loneliness due [...]
Richard and his wife Josephine came to see us initially about small debts. Josephine ran a small business but a recently diagnosed health condition had prevented her from working. They therefore needed help with debts [...]
If you receive the housing cost element of UC and it is paid directly to your landlord, please let us know if this is causing problems for you. Your evidence will help put this right. [...]
We are enormously grateful to all the local community groups, businesses and churches that have supported us with funding over recent years. This money makes a huge difference to our finances and also helps to [...]
Our service is reliant on a large team of trained volunteers and a smaller number of paid staff. We tend to recruit new volunteers at least once a year. If you’d like to find out [...]
Why not run, walk, pedal, swim or jump for us! If you fancy a challenge and want to raise some money for a worthwhile local charity in the process then we’d love to hear from [...]
As a volunteer adviser you will be delivering advice to our clients – this could be in person, over the phone or via email and webchat. Comprehensive training and support will be provided. Skills and [...]
The first Citizens Advice bureaux’s opened their doors in 1939, the day after war was declared. This new advice service was vital in supporting the civilian population during war time particularly with issues around housing [...]