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Richmond upon Thames

Richmond upon Thames

Benefits

You might be interested in the following benefits information

Community Information Directory

The directory is a searchable database of over 1,300 local organisations, services and groups in the London Borough Richmond upon Thames and neighbouring boroughs (e.g. Hounslow and Kingston upon Thames). It covers a wide range of subject areas from advice and health information to sports clubs, community groups and religious or political organisations.

Kingston and Richmond Law Centre

Kingston and Richmond Law Centre forms part of a network of Law Centres which cover the South West of London (South West London Law Centres). The other branches are located in Croydon, Wandsworth, Merton and Sutton. SWLLC can only assist people who live, work or study in Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth. They provide asistance on all legal matters including Debt, Employment, Housing, Immigration & Asylum

Richmond AID (Advice and Information on Disability)

Richmond Advice and Information on Disability (Richmond AID) provides advice, support and services to disabled people, their families, friends, carers and professionals. They provide benefits advice, a children’s and families service, an employment project, a gardening service (Richmond SPADE), and a number of business services.

Information last updated 19 April 2016

National information

Advicelocal

Your local guide to help with benefits, work, money, housing problems and more. Enter your postcode and a topic to find helpful information.

Benefits checker

If you need a review of your or a family member’s eligibility for benefits you can use an online benefit calculator. These are free to use and anonymous.

Carers and Disability benefits

In this section of the GOV.UK site you will find information on eligibility, rates and claiming for those with a disability. If you are a carer you will find details of benefits available to you.

Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice provides fact sheets, answers to questions and information on benefits and tax credits for all ages. Included on this site is information for people coming from abroad.

Claiming benefits

Find information on your entitlement to benefits. Find details of benefits for carers, jobseekers, families, those with a disability, help with housing and tax credits.

Universal Credit

Universal Credit is a benefit for people who are on low incomes or out of work. Find out about the benefit and how to claim.