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Problem with noise or crime? Looking for work or training? Behind with your bills or have money problems? Want welfare benefits and debt advice? Need advice about your housing? Need support or advocacy?

Or perhaps you are affected by the recent benefit changes and don't know where to turn for help.

No matter the problem, we're here to help find a solution for you.

In 2010, Advice Plus was selected by the 4in10 End Child Poverty programme as an example of best practice.

Visit Advice Plus at the Beethoven Centre on Monday afternoons (except Bank Holidays) between 1 and 4pm for specialist and independent advice on housing, benefits, debt, finding work and training, dealing with crime or antisocial behaviour. Appointments not required.

PLUS meet your local councillors, fresh fruit and veg Food Co-op, Arabic translators and cooking demonstrations.

For more information, please contact the Beethoven Centre on 020 8825 1067 and ask about Advice Plus.

Visit Advice Plus at the Beethoven Centre on Monday afternoons (except Bank Holidays) between 1 and 4pm for specialist and independent advice on housing, benefits, debt, finding work and training, dealing with crime or antisocial behaviour. Appointments not required.

PLUS meet your local councillors, fresh fruit and veg Food Co-op, Arabic translators and cooking demonstrations.

For more information, please contact the Beethoven Centre on 020 8825 1067 and ask about Advice Plus.

We are running the service every Wednesday (except August) from 10am-12noon in Church Street Library, 67 Church Street, NW8 8EU. Appointments not required, just drop in. Get free, confidential and impartial advice on a range of subjects.

Whatever the situation with your finances, it’s good to know where you stand and that you are making the most of what you have. The health check, a new online tool provided by the Money Advice Service, can help you get your finances on track.

The Money Advice Service is an independent advice organisation, here to help everyone understand and manage their money better.

Taking just five or six minutes to answer some straightforward questions on the health check will give you a personalised action plan to help you sort out your money priorities now, and plan for the future – whatever your goals may be.

Take an online health check now

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