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It's Time For Change
Housing Advice For All
The Mary Seacole Housing Association is offering a free tool with the support of the Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation. It’s designed to help people/families who are struggling financially, at risk of being homeless, feeling stress, anxious.
If you’re struggling, it important that you get help as this will help relieve some of the pressure, stress and anxiety. Some issues may require specialist help, however, the advisor will be able to support and connect you with the local services also.
To use this service please use the chat box on the right and an agent will respond within a timely manner. There is also a drop-in service on Wednesday’s at 12 Cardiff Road, Luton, LU1 1QG 10am-2pm.
THE FREE ADVICE CHAT BOX IS OPEN: MONDAY – FRIDAY 10-3PM
Information Against Exploitation
Information Against Exploitation is a social project funded by the Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner.
Many people at risk of exploitation may not know if they are being exploited. Many do not know if they are supporting or combating exploitation and are unaware of their Legal Rights. The purpose of this booklet is a learning aid to empower individuals at risk or experiencing exploitation and better understand its various forms and their legal rights.
The information within has been co-produced with individuals with lived experience, working professionals and services that support them.
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