Sefton Council offers quick links where residents and businesses can find advice and support to help you deal with the increasing gas and electricity bills and steeply rising prices in shops and services. To find out more on how you can get support on cost of living please click the link below.
Citizens Advice Sefton offer free information, advice and case work to people who live in the Sefton area, they help with a wide range of problems including debt, housing, employment, family issues and many more.
GMMAP delivers free debt advice through a series of participant agencies throughout the Merseyside area. You can get advice in person or by telephone both offering free confidential financial guidance, to find out more click the link below.
Age Concern Liverpool & Sefton is a charity dedicated to protecting and promoting the wellbeing of people aged 50+, they provide a range of direct services including advice, case and support. All available by phone, appointment, drop-in or home visit.
Talking Matters Sefton is a free, confidential service designed to help anyone aged over 16 in the Sefton area to deal with common mental health difficulties. These may include depression, anxiety and panic among others. They are able to deliver support in a number of flexible ways, including by telephone, digitally, and face to face. To find out more please click the link below.
Available to give you confidential support at any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you.
Carers UK provide information and guidance to unpaid carers covering a range of subjects including: Benefits and financial support, rights as a carer in the workplace, carer’s assessments and how to get support in your caring role, services available to carers and the people they care for and many others.
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