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If you found our website because you are in need of help and advice, please note that we do not give advice directly to the public. It’s our members who give the advice.

However, we can put you in touch with our brilliant advisers – search for your nearest centre using the advice location finder below.

We also provide a wealth of useful information in this section to help you navigate what resources are available, and hopefully gain some reassurance about the help that is available to you.

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AdviceUK does not give advice directly to members of the public.
To find an AdviceUK member that will be able to advise you, please use the search function below.

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Latest news

New fund helps AdviceUK members protect lives, livelihoods and liberty

The Community Justice Fund was launched in May 2020 to support specialist legal advice organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The fund was created in partnership with leading social justice organisations, including AdviceUK. Grants from the Fund are now helping AdviceUK members to continue providing vital help to hard-hit individuals, families and communities….

AdviceUK COVID-19 Emergency Appeal

AdviceUK are launching this COVID-19 Emergency Appeal to help support the invaluable work that advice-giving agencies are providing across the country, whilst experiencing extreme financial pressures themselves. Your donations will help advice agencies to continue providing life-changing expert advice at this time of dire need.

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Latest jobs

Trainee Caseworker

Merton CIL is a Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisation (DDPO) which promotes the independence and inclusion of Deaf and Disabled people, challenges discrimination and works to achieve change locally.
We are seeking to recruit two highly motivated Deaf or Disabled people to the following posts in our busy Advice & Advocacy Team:

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