Benefits and Debt
If you need help with a new or ongoing Benefits claim, our Benefits Specialists can support you through the application and appeals process.
The Benefits Specialists at Citizens Advice Daventry, can check what benefits you may be entitled to and that you are getting the correct amount of benefit.
Get help with:
- AA Attendance Allowance
- CA Carer’s Allowance
- ESA Employment Support Allowance
- DLA Disability Living Allowance
- JSA Jobseeker’s Allowance
- PIP Personal Independence Payment
- UC Universal Credit
Home visits can be arranged if required.
If you are experiencing financial difficulties or are in debt, our Debt Specialists, based at Citizens Advice Daventry & District, can help. By creating an income and expenditure sheet we will help you manage your debts.
Our Debt Specialists can also help to prioritise repayments and negotiate with creditors to ease any pressure you may be under.
Get help with:
- Budgeting Advice
- Liability of Debt
- Negotiating with Creditors
- Financial Capability
- Understanding your Debts
- Insolvency Options Advice
We can arrange for Debt specialists to visit you at home. Please contact us to arrange an appointment.
Empowered for Life
Empowered for Life is a Citizens Advice Daventry and District project funded by the National Lottery.
Henry Smith Charity
The Henry Smith Charity is also funding Debt & Benefit work through Citizens Advice Daventry & District
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Citizens Advice gives people the knowledge and confidence they need to find their way forward – whoever they are, whatever their problem.
Our network of charities offer confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free.
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Our caseworkers can give you support and advice on all benefit and debt issues, and cover all of Daventry and District. They are trained to support those with mental health conditions and/or disabilities, providing a fully accessible service to the community as a whole.
The advice is free, independent, confidential and impartial.
To book an appointment with one of our Caseworkers get in touch via phone, email, or visit our website using the online enquiry form or come and see us at our office.