Resident Support Services
As a NHG resident you can benefit from our partnerships with local support agencies who can help you with many areas of your life from money and jobs to health and wellbeing.
Select a borough location and the type of service that you need in the filter boxes on the left. Then select a service from the list.
To apply, you can send your details to the partner who will then contact you to arrange the next steps.
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If you need support with day to day issues and want to feel more in control of things we can support you with solving your problems. Whether you need help to manage your bills, change schools or apply for benefits – we are here to help you to make positive changes in your life and take steps towards achieving your goals.
We have helped previous clients to resolve problems around education, benefits, finance, and much more. If we are unable to help you, we usually know someone who is.
Services are delivered from our offices near Latimer road is open to anyone who can access or office.
Peer Circles offers practical and emotional support to reduce social isolation, build skills and confidence, and work towards employment.
The project is specifically aimed at people who are highly marginalised and need help to address multiple and complex issues including homelessness, a history of offending, substance misuse and difficulties engaging with mainstream services. A women's service is also available for women with complex needs.
A key strength of Peer Circles is using our peer-led approach. The Peer Advisers have first-hand experience of overcoming disadvantages themselves and really understand what their clients are going through.
Citizens Advice Help to Claim service can support you in the early stages of your Universal Credit claim, from the application, through to your first payment. Including support with gathering evidence needed for the claim, checking entitlements and demonstrating immigration status.
The service is delivered through local CABs, but there’s also a national phone number and a webchat available.
Provide advice, support and legal services to those struggling with bad housing or homelessness. You can call them directly to get immediate advice and casework.
Covers housing, benefits, employment, money and debt, consumer advice, relationships, tax, healthcare, law and rights, education, nationality and more. Visit the website to find your local CAB.
The emergency support scheme was set up by the Royal Borough of Greenwich to provide discretionary support to local residents in difficult times. There are two types of support available: Community support awards (usually for basic household items and furniture) and Emergency support payments (to help with living expenses, for example after a disaster.