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BDCAN


LBBD Specialist Support for Extremely Vulnerable Residents


Help with Money and
Debt



Get in touch if you, or someone you know, needs help picking up medicine or essential shopping, a friendly phone call or something else.

If you currently have social care needs, we can provide food parcels, pick up groceries and medicines, arrange for social contact over the phone or internet and any other practical tasks that can make your life easier while shielding from the virus.
Support for LBBD residents who are in serious financial difficulty or affected by Universal Credit.





Support Accessing Food



BD Citizens Advice


Refuge - Domestic Violence Support




Community Food Clubs provide £20 worth of grocery parcels per visit for a £3.50 membership fee each week (or £10 per month) and also provide wraparound support.

Advice and guidance on benefits that you are entitled to, if you have been affected by Covid-19.

The Barking and Dagenham Domestic and Sexual Violence Service, run by Refuge, provides confidential, non-judgmental support to those living and working in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham who are experiencing gender-based violence.




Quaker Social Action Made of Money Guide


Homelessness






Provides helpful financial information for those affected by the virus and a list of useful services for benefits advice, debt, working parents, cash, scams and loan sharks

If you have an urgent housing or homelessness enquiry please contact the Council.







BDCAN


LBBD Specialist Support for Extremely Vulnerable Residents


Help with Money and
Debt



Get in touch if you, or someone you know, needs help picking up medicine or essential shopping, a friendly phone call or something else.

If you currently have social care needs, we can provide food parcels, pick up groceries and medicines, arrange for social contact over the phone or internet and any other practical tasks that can make your life easier while shielding from the virus.
Support for LBBD residents who are in serious financial difficulty or affected by Universal Credit.





Support Accessing Food



BD Citizens Advice


Refuge - Domestic Violence Support




Community Food Clubs provide £20 worth of grocery parcels per visit for a £3.50 membership fee each week (or £10 per month) and also provide wraparound support.

Advice and guidance on benefits that you are entitled to, if you have been affected by Covid-19.

The Barking and Dagenham Domestic and Sexual Violence Service, run by Refuge, provides confidential, non-judgmental support to those living and working in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham who are experiencing gender-based violence.




Quaker Social Action Made of Money Guide


Homelessness






Provides helpful financial information for those affected by the virus and a list of useful services for benefits advice, debt, working parents, cash, scams and loan sharks

If you have an urgent housing or homelessness enquiry please contact the Council.