Free, Confidential and impartial advice for the community in Ipswich area in issues such as welfare benefits debt advice, housing among others.
Help for those over 50 and their carers in the Suffolk area. services include advice on welfare benefits, housing, social care and health & disability
independent advice services, focusing on debt, welfare and money advice as well as training and employment advice
Free, Confidential and professional service to help find solutions to debt and/or benefit problems. IHAG provides housing and other services primarily for single homeless people in Ipswich, however the Money Advice service is open to anyone who has debt, benefit or budgeting issues
Information, advice, help and support for African and minority ethnic women and their families in the Ipswich area
local independent support for people with any form of disability, their carers, families and other related fields, who live in the Ipswich and surrounding areas. Support services include: debt & money management, tax credits and housing benefit advice for disabled jobseekers.
Welfare and Benefit support and advice for those with mental health needs in the Suffolk area
Are you concerned about a child and wish to make a safeguarding referral? If so please use the link below. The Children and Young People’s Portal is am easy to use, secure space where you can complete and send forms directly to the right children’s service team. the first time you complete a form you will ibe asked to create a new portal account. It’s quick and easy to register for an account, and means the information you send to SSCB is secure.
Are you concerned about an adult and wish to make a safeguarding referral? If so please use the link below. The first time you complete a form you will be asked to create a new portal account. It’s quick and easy to register for an account, and means the information you send to SSAB is secure.
Benefit & Budgeting Calculator
Welcome to the Benefit and Budgeting Calculator by Policy in Practice.
Using this calculator, you can:
- Find out which welfare benefits you could receive
- Know how your income will change with Universal Credit
- Compare your income under the current system and Universal Credit
- See how much income will be left after paying your housing costs
- Access links to claim for benefits
Start your calculation here