Click on the area of interest to find useful organisations and information:


Covid 19 information

Local Support


General & Legal Advice

Debt & Consumer





Family, Health, Education and Work, Elderly, Other


Coronavirus Related Information

Local support


To support your wellbeing during this time, we have collected together useful services and information


Click on the links below for different resources:



General & Legal Advice 


Legal Advice Clinics


Brixton Advice Centre 

Online legal clinic:  

Telephone: 020 7733 7554 


Waterloo Action Centre 

Clinic Times: Thursdays 18:30 – 20:00 

Telephone number: 020 7261 1404  


LSBU Legal Advice Clinic 

Currently offering online appointments, generalist one-off advice service only

Term times only, Call 020 7815 5450 to book same day appointment


Kings College Legal Advice Clinic

General, Family, and Immigration & Asylum advice

Click on the link to request advice online, you should hear back with an appointment within 2 weeks  


Cambridge House Law Centre

- Offers advice on Housing issues due to Covid 19

- Also offers free Legal Advice on: Housing, Employment, Welfare Benefits & Discrimination


Call 020 7358 7025 or email 


Wandsworth Mediation Service 

Free conflict coaching or mediation to try to find solutions; covers neighbour disputes, families, or other personal conflicts 

t: (020) 7223 7744        e:  


You can also find details of other legal clinics on the following website: 


Debt, Consumer, Energy and Telecommunications

  • National Debtline – phone 0808 808 4000 
  • Business Debtline – phone 0800 197 6026  
  • My Money Steps (free self help debt management) 
  • Money and Pension  Service – phone 0800 1387777 
  • Consumer Protection Rights – phone 03454040506  
  • Money A&E - resource on debt matters
  • Resolver - free consumer online advice service (and app) to complain about Telecoms (e.g. mobile phones), energy (utilities), travel (airlines, car rentals etc), finance (banks, insurances etc), shops / retailers, public services such as DVLA, Local Authority and other services. Guides through the complaints process, provides draft letters and emails, will direct emails to  companies complaints, notify when to escalate complaints and help with that. Keeps case files that can download and service can forward complaints to relevant independent complaint bodies e.g. like Ombudsman.
  • Energy Ombudsman – phone 03304401624  
  • Office of Communications (OFCOM) – phone 0300 123 3333 
  • Telecommunications Ombudsman – phone 0845 050 1614  
  • Office of Water Services (OFWAT) – phone 01216447500  
  • Financial Ombudsman – phone 0845 080 1800  
  • TaxAid - help with tax and tax credits – phone 0345 120 3779 
  • SELCE - Energy advice and Utilities debt advice




Housing and Homelessness




Family, Elderly, Health, Education and Work