Disability Advice Service Lambeth

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The Disability Advice Service Lambeth (DASL) is a Disabled People’s Organisation that works with disabled people, including those with mental health support needs, older people and carers, mainly in the London Borough of Lambeth.

DASL has a specialist Advice Service for people with mental health support needs. They also try to assist other disabled adults and young disabled people under 18 but they are a small service and cannot always take on new cases.  The service is provided by the Advice Service Manager, Emma Davila, and a small team of trained volunteers.

The service can help with advice casework on welfare benefits and other issues such as debt, housing, community care, accessible transport services (such as Freedom Passes, Blue Badges and Taxicards) and Emergency Support Scheme and charitable grant applications.

Direct Payments Support  020 7501 8960
Personal Budgets, including Direct Payments, are a way of giving you more control over the way your care needs are met.
Other services include Advocacy, the Lambeth and Southwark Stroke Peer Support Network and Into Sport.

Contact Details

020 7738 5656 Enquiry Line

enquiry.line@disabilitylambeth.org.uk or email from website


336 Brixton Road, Brixton, London SW9 7AA

Other Info

Opening times:
Enquiry line 020 7738 5656 Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10am - 1pm. Messages can be left. Disability Advice Service Mon to Wed and Thurs morning.

All services are free

Disabled Access:
Disabled Access Full wheelchair access, including adapted toilets. Parking spaces for disabled drivers. Signers can be arranged. Home visits for people unable to attend the office.

Tube: Brixton Buses: 3, 59, 133,159 and 415 pass the office.

Other information:
Registered charity 1087399

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