Bristol City Council - Welfare Rights and Money Advice Service
Welfare Rights and Money Advice Service (100TS)
3rd Floor North, Bristol City Council
PO Box 3176
Public phone: 0117 352 1888
Service offered: Benefits advice and casework for vulnerable people who live in Bristol City Council’s area, including those who have a severe sensory impairment such as BSL users. Benefit take-up work, including outreach sessions - email for detail. Welfare rights and money advice support services for Supporting People legacy funded projects, including sheltered/supported housing. Current temporary project is a DCLG homelessness prevention Trailblazer service, Advice+, designed to make early interventions with households likely to be at risk of homelessness due to their financial and housing situation.
Target group: Mainly older and disabled people living in Bristol City Council’s area
Area served: Bristol.
How to contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday: 8.30am - 5pm
Tuesday: 8.30am - 5pm
Thursday: 8.30am - 5pm
Friday: 8.30am - 4.30pm
Wheelchair access: Yes - full
Accessible toilets: Yes
Access notes: Outreach service for deaf people; outreach service for Somali households.
Languages other than English: Access to interpreters and BSL.
Charity number: N/A Local authority advice service
Year established: 1990
Staffing: 18.6 full time.
Public transport: Based in central Bristol, near Temple Meads station. Please make an appointment, there is no drop-in service.
Record last checked: 15 August 2017