Direct Help via specialist advice, advocacy and representation for families and individuals facing crisis, to prevent and alleviate homelessness, debt and housing difficulty.
Direct Help and Advice will provide:
FREE, independent and confidential services that offer support to the most vulnerable people in the communities; often requiring immediate intervention, support and advice face to face, or via the telephone and leading to resolution via Legal Representation. They also offer accessible training and skills development to a wide range of vulnerable people to help reduce unemployment, and promote social and financial inclusion.
Direct Help and Advice helps:
They provide effective, specialist advice; advocacy and representation for people that would otherwise not be able to access these services. They secure their basic needs, protect and preserve their legal rights, provide equal access to Justice and seek fairness and dignity for all the clients.
Where is Direct Help and Advice (DHA)