Part of Bristol City Council, the Welfare Rights and Money Advice Service (WRAMAS) provides benefits and money advice, consultancy, information and training, to a range of clients, services and organisations throughout Bristol.
Bristol Community Learning offer a range of courses that aim to help people gain the skills and knowledge they need to progress into apprenticeships, work, volunteering or further education. Our courses are aimed at adults aged 19+ who have few or no formal qualifications and face significant barriers to further learning or work. Bristol Community […]
The Shelter Bristol team give free housing and homelessness advice for people in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, B&NES & Somerset. We can offer advice on advocacy if you are being asked to leave the property that you are in, if you have repair issues with the property or if you are looking for a more suitable […]
Bristol Law Centre is a charity providing free legal advice in specialist areas of social welfare law, and also represents clients in court. We help over 2,400 people a year access the justice system thanks to our funders, sponsors and committed staff and volunteers. To find out if we can help you, please contact us via the channels below!
What we offer Independent and impartial legal advice Confidential, non-judgemental and free advice Drop-in and appointment based advice sessions from our main office in St Pauls Outreach sessions at various venues Home visits arranged on request A daily reception service providing information and a triage facility Bilingual advice is available at some venues