Advice Sessions & Events
All sessions and events are subject to last minute changes and cancellations. Please call first to check – 01383 432483
Dunfermline Advice Hub, 7 Douglas Street, Dunfermline, KY12 7EB
Needing guidance or help with a legal matter? Come along and speak to an adviser from the Fife Law Centre – they can help you with legal enquiries on housing, welfare/benefits, or family matters.http://dunfermlineadvicehub.org.uk/event/ddcu-mon-2-2/
The Kingdom Community Bank is a not-for-profit financial co-operative owned and controlled by its members. We aim to encourage thrift, savings and the responsible use of credit.
What products and services do we offer?
LOANS | SAVINGS | JUNIOR ACCOUNTS | PREPAID DEBIT CARDS | JAM-JAR ACCOUNTS | PAYROLL DEDUCTION
Come and speak to June, Case Worker for Douglas Chapman MP. June can help with a variety of issues, from immigration, welfare and benefits, and local area issues.http://dunfermlineadvicehub.org.uk/event/clothing-fife-childrens-clothing-bank-2/
The Fife Childrens Clothing Bank are here to help any family with extra clothes, school uniforms, winter clothes, party clothes or normal casual. Pay, Donate, or Create in return – if you’ve got some pennies, some outgrown or spare clothes you don’t need, or half an hour of your time to help sort and tidy our stands, you can swap, donate or volunteer your time for what you need.http://dunfermlineadvicehub.org.uk/event/welfare-benefits-universal-credit-support-2/
Are you ready for Universal Credit? Struggling to get online? Finding it hard to keep to your claimant commitment? Not sure if UC will affect you?
We’re here to help! Come along and get advice on how UC will affect you, and you can get online to manage your claim.
For more information, contact:
Lauren Cruickshank, Welfare Support Worker, 077307751895http://dunfermlineadvicehub.org.uk/event/carf-money-advice-3-2/
Citizens Advice & Rights Fife are here to help you deal with your money concerns. If you’re struggling with debt, whether its struggling to make repayments, or to deal with the constant demands from your creditors, CARF Money Advice are here to help. They can take you through the process, help you deal with your debt and work out an achievable repayment plan that suits you.
Digital skills sessions are for anyone who wants to learn more about using a computer. Digital Skills Volunteers will be on hand to he;lp you get to grips with using a computer, from using a mouse and keyboard, to using the internet and applications. Sessions are free, casual and informal, helping you to learn at your pace.http://dunfermlineadvicehub.org.uk/event/community-job-club-welfare-support-team-2/
Struggling to fulfil your claimant commitment? Want to find a job but not sure where to start? Have a job but want something that suits your skills and ambitions? Then come along to the Community Job Club!
Lauren and Team can help you build a winning CV, access further courses, apply online, and help you with any Universal Credit or JSA problems.http://dunfermlineadvicehub.org.uk/event/legal-family-housing-and-welfarebenefits-fife-law-centre-2/
Needing guidance or help with a legal matter? Come along and speak to an adviser from the Fife Law Centre – they can help you with legal enquiries on housing, welfare/benefits, or family matters.
Drop in session for any aspect of substance misuse – drugs, alcohol, prescribed, new psychoative substances, whether its your own or someone you know
If you’re struggling to apply for benefits, such as job seekers allowance or universal credit, come along and speak to the Community Job Club & Welfare Support Team.
They’re here to help with any issue, such as:
Applying for benefits and welfare, such as job seekers, universal credit, housing and council tax benefit.
Filling in forms, on paper or online
CV building, job seeking and applying for jobs online.
Understanding your claimant commitment
foodbank vouchers and foodbank services
further signposting to other agencies that can help.
- 1313.October.SaturdayNo events
- 1414.October.SundayNo events