Getting help in Luton
Citizens Advice, the Law Centre and Luton Rights have a team of highly trained advisers working together to offer practical support and assistance on a wide range of problems including:

  • Debt
  • Welfare benefits
  • Employment
  • Housing
  • Relationship breakdown
  • Immigration

Free, confidential, impartial, independent expert advice and guidance is available under one roof, and open to everyone in the community.

Where:

  • Community House 15 New Bedford Road Luton LU1 1SA Open Monday to Friday

When:

  • 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday 9am-4pm

Call:

  • 0344 245 1285

Download information leaflet

Getting help online
Many websites offer help and support to people struggling to deal with debt and financial worry. Caution is needed because some services may turn out to be fee based. The sites listed below are Government approved and do not sell anything.

StepChange 
  • Offers a debt-resolution service
  • Users complete a form detailing all the income and expenditure
  • StepChange uses this information to recommend an action plan
  • StepChange can contact companies you owe money to and negotiate manageable repayments
  • The manageable repayments collected from you by StepChange, which disperses the money to all the companies concerned

www.stepchange.org

 

The Money Advice Service
  • Set up and funded by the Government using taxes on financial services
  • Online tools, including mortgage calculators and a budget planner
  • Letter templates
  • Guidebooks an a range of money topics
  • Interactive timeline to help predict the financial impact of having a baby
  • Live chat

www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk