Our free service to help you to make the most of your money
What is it?
The aim of the service is to help tenants make the most of their money, enabling them to pay rent, household bills and live comfortably. The service will help tenants:
- Understand changes to benefits system
- Ensure tenants are receiving all the benefits they are entitled to by carrying out a benefits check
- Challenge unfair sanctions
- Review benefit decisions that tenants are not happy with
- Apply for grant applications in cases of severe hardship
How to get advice
If you have any concerns about your benefits, call our friendly and helpful team on 0330 303 3000 to make an appointment.
Alternatively, speak to your Neighbourhood Management Officer and they can arrange an appointment for you.
THE BENEFITS AND ENERGY ADVICE TEAM
Our in-house team is here to help you with your benefit claims. They can help you save you money on your utility bills too!
Get help with your claim
We can help you with your claim. Get in touch with us by filling in the contact form below or give us a call on 0330 303 3000 and select option 2.
We’ve provided links below with information about some of the different benefits available.
Universal Credit is a payment to help with your living costs. It’s paid monthly. You may be able to get it if you’re on a low income, out of work or you cannot work.
Personal Independence Payment
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) helps with the extra costs of disability or long-term health conditions for people aged 16 to 64. It is a non-means-tested benefit. So, getting it doesn’t matter how much you earn, or whether you have savings or cash in the bank. Find out more by clicking the link below.
Employment and Support Allowance
Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) has changed to a new contribution-based benefit called Contributory ESA. Click the link below to find out if you’re eligible to make a claim.
Visit our office
Call into our office or write to us:
South Liverpool Homes
Our office is currently closed in order to help prevent the spread of coronavirus in our communities. Please see our coronavirus advice page for alternative ways to get in touch.