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  1. Crossroads Women's Centre is a disability-accessible multi-racial community resource. Home to 16 groups who provide self-help advice and information about a range of issues including escaping sexual and racial violence, opposing discrimination of all kinds, accessing benefits, housing and legal advice, etc.  Activities include research,…
  2. Debtors Anonymous (DA) is a twelve-step programme for anyone who wants to stop incurring unsecured debt. DA encourages careful record keeping and monitoring of finances – including purchases, income, and debt payments – so that you get a clearer picture of your spending habits. This information is used to develop healthier spending practices, supporting you in keeping…
  3. FirstStop Advice is an independent, free service offering advice and information for older people, their families and carers about housing and care options in later life. It is led by the charity Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) working in partnership with other national and local organisations.Our…
  4. Update 03.08.21: Help on Your Doorstep is open Monday - Friday (excluding bank holidays) from 10am - 4pm. Please contact us by phone or email. We are also able to offer clients face-to-face appointments if necessary. These office appointments have to be pre-booked as our offices are not currently open to drop-in callers. Our Good Neighbours Schemes in Bemerton, Kings Cross (Priory Green estate) and New River Green are running regular activities for local residents. Please go to www.helponyourdoorstep.com/events for more information.
    Help on Your Doorstep aims to improve health and wellbeing of people in Islington, especially those who are vulnerable and isolated. Working with residents we seek to find solutions to the issues which make life difficult, strengthen communities to do more for themselves and enable people to…
  5. Islington People's Rights (IPR) is working hard to meet the challenge of the Covid-19 crisis. IPR Advice Plus delivers additional targeted specialist advice around welfare benefits and debt matters to residents most affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Most of our services are currently delivered by…
  6. Phone: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm; Drop-in: Monday-Friday 10am-5pm; Specialist advice on Wednesdays by appointment only - call 020 7833 2608 to book
    We provide advice on welfare benefits, employment and housing for Bangladeshi and other Black and minority ethnic (BME) people. Please note we do not provide legal advice. We also offer advice on education and curriculum support. Our projects include: Older people’s health awareness Luncheon club…
  7. In the Income Team, we financially assess clients to see if they can contribute towards the services they receive. We carry out assessments for most care services, including: housework and shopping, personal care in the home, night settling, sessional workers sleepover, respite care at home,…
  8. Telephone advice line is open on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 2-4pm.
    Coronavirus Update Islington People’s Rights is currently providing the following services:   Telephone legal advice  Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays 2-4pm  Call advice line on 020 7561 3685  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Usual Service Islington People’s Rights (IPR) provides specialist debt advice and casework support to Islington residents, including tribunal…
  9. Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm. Mother tongue supplementary school at Montem Primary School: Tuesday and Wednesday after school.
    We provide Information and advice on benefits, housing and welfare rights and can provide interpreters for hospitals and GPs. We also have drop-in sessions for advice on other issues, as well as a project for older people, and a project for people affected by domestic…