Free advice services
Free, confidential advice when you need it.
Specialist advice and information from a range of experienced providers.
- Relieve the burden of issues by getting good advice
- Get clear direction on addressing key issues
- Proritise your action plan to resolve problems
Advisors from St Paul’s Advice Centre are based at Wellspring. They are able to offer advice on issues such as housing, debt, fuel bills, welfare, employment and immigration.
Advisors have a wide range of backgrounds and experience. They hold regular sessions at the Wellspring Centre so as to offer you a convenient way of accessing advice to assist you with common difficulties around day-to-day living.
We realise that for a lot of people, especially those who may be confronted with issues due to a life change such as relationship breakdown or loss of a job, it may be difficult to know where to start when resolving problems such as debt. It does help to get accessible, free advice and many people report feeling empowered and relieved having talked through the issue at hand.
Support is given on form-filling, accessing relevant services and engaging with the right people in order to reach a satisfactory outcome.
What we offer ...
Tuesdays - 10am - 12pm - appointments only
A free service run by Talking Money aimed at helping individuals and families with maximising income, managing money, tackling fuel poverty and using computers and getting online.
For further information please visit the Talking Money website at www.talkingmoney.org.uk/services
To make an appointment please call
David Martin at Wellspring on 0117 304 1432.
St Paul's Advice
Thursdays - 10am - 12pm - appointments only
A free service run by St Paul's Advice offering free independent and impartial advice on issues such as welfare benefits, housing, immigration and employment.
For further information please visit the St Paul's Advice website at www.stpaulsadvice.org.uk