Do you need advice for your family?
Do you need information or support on a range of issues?
Richmond AID and Citizen Advice Richmond started our new Families Advice project on 1st December 2021. The service will support people living in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Families Advice will support people with a whole range of issues including
- legacy benefits and Universal Credit
- housing and homelessness
- fuel poverty
- social care issues
- consumer issues
- family issues
- immigration and nationality
- domestic abuse and safeguarding issues.
The service will provide information, advice, support and representation to people about their rights and responsibilities. We will work in a holistic way, taking a casework approach and will help people from the initial claim to checking the first decision, challenging unfavourable decisions and up to representation. We will also help people to access grants and other areas of support in the community.
We will offer targeted support to families where English is not their first language, people experiencing domestic abuse, disabled people and carers. We will provide language translation and British Sign Language (BSL) translation.
Our services hold the Advice Quality Standard. Professionals can refer directly into the service and families can also self-refer.
This partnership project is funded by Richmond Parish Lands Charity and Hampton Fund.
Families Advice contact details for professionals and families
Richmond AID will support families that have a disabled family member.
This includes families with a disabled child or adult or the parent or carer may have a disability. Richmond AID works across all disability groups including physical and sensory disability, mental health and learning difficulties.
Please contact Richmond AID:
Phone: 020 8831 6070
Email: [email protected]
Citizen Advice Richmond will support families, couples and individuals that are experiencing crisis and need casework support across all advice areas and will provide immigration and debt advice.
Please contact Citizen Advice Richmond:
Freephone 080 82 78 78 73 or visit their website to fill in their online form: Families Advice Project – New enquiry – Richmond (citizensadvicerichmond.org)