Help for Greenwich residents

Find out whether you are entitled to the one-off cost of living payment, plus help with household costs, energy bills, childcare and transport costs on the UK Government website. The site also lists offers and discounts available from businesses like grocery stores to help with the cost of living: GOV.UK Help for Households

Comprehensive information on what to do if you are struggling to pay your energy bills and who to contact: Money Saving Expert Cost of Living Survival Kit

Clear, practical advice and support for people experiencing issues with mental health and money: Mental Health and Money Advice

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is investing in the cost of living crisis facing Londoners, including through a 24-hour debt helpline: 0800 808 5700 / What the Mayor is Doing for the Cost of Living

Local information

Greenwich Council website’s is packed with useful information about how to get help: Greenwich Supports: Get Help with the Cost of Living

Citizens Advice Greenwich offer free advice on a wide range of issues including debt, housing, benefits and employment. Face-to-face appointments are available at three locations in the borough: 080 8278 7965 (Freephone) / Citizens Advice Greenwich

Warm Hubs

Warm Hubs are local community spaces where people can enjoy a warm, safe and friendly environment when it’s cold. Find your nearest Greenwich Warm Hub.