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  1. Housing Related Support & Advice Services

    From: Haringey Chinese Centre

    HCC provides cultural advice, information guidance, advocacy and representation for all members of Chinese communities to access welfare benefits, housing, education, training, and employment that others take for granted. HCC works closely with LBH Council,...

  2. Legal Advice Clinic

    From: Mary Ward Legal Centre

    The Mary Ward Legal Centre runs weekly general legal advice clinics for people on a low income and no capital. These sessions take place in the evening and are run by volunteer lawyers from various firms giving their time to us for free. The clinics cover...

  3. Haringey Advice Partnership

    From: Citizens Advice Haringey

    We assist the people the people who live , study or work in Haringey by giving information, guidance and advice in housing, benefits, debt, employment, family, education and consumer issues We will aim to provide you to make decisions by giving you the...

  4. Advice And Support Service

    From: Haringey Irish Centre

    The Advice & Support Service aims to increase individual and community well-being by ensuring clients gain: Knowledge of their rights/entitlements Assistance in accessing their rights/entitlements Access to services and resources Help with expressing...

  5. Advice and Support Project

    From: Embrace UK Community Support Centre

    Embrace UK provides advice and support to all disadvantaged groups including migrants, refugees and asylum seekers with regard to money matters including debt, welfare rights, housing benefits or rent related issues, housing related support, education...

  6. Connected Communities Support Sessions

    From: Park Lane Children's Centre

    Type of support 1-2-1 Length of programme/support Fridays, 9am-12pm  (drop in) Parents or carers of children within age range N/A - Open Access Who can apply? Contact Centre or visit our Connected Communities page for further information  

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