To reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection, our face-to-face advice are closed. We can still advise through telephone. Further information about how to contact us can be found on this site.
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The Community Support Scheme is a discretionary scheme which exists to help Darlington’s most vulnerable qualifying residents. Read More
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A phD student is conducting research for Northumbria University on elder abuse, and would like to talk to people in this area of research:
Females aged 60 and over who have experienced violence and/or abuse; and/or neglect.
Social workers within adult protection teams; and staff/or volunteers who work in specialist services.
Our telephone Adviceline service, providing advice and guidance by trained assessors, is now available using the new number Monday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm and Wednesday 10 am to 6 pm.
Citizens Advice Darlington Adviceline:
0300 330 1195
NOT working? Are you currently NOT in education, employment or training? Read more
Get help applying for Universal Credit
Our Help to Claim service can support you in the early stages of your Universal Credit claim, from the application, through to your first payment. Read More
Step Forward Tees Valley supports local people to overcome the complex reasons preventing them from finding work. These barriers could include physical or mental ill-health, a lack of self-confidence, a gap in skills, a conviction, or an addiction. Read More
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