Helpline - Who Cares? Scotland

Delivered by Who Cares? Scotland
  • Benefits advice
  • Debt advice
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Human rights advice

The Helpline was set up to support Care Experienced people by providing lifelong advocacy throughout Scotland. We can support, signpost and offer choice when you feel there is nowhere else to turn.

Below are some of the areas we offer support on:

Finances

Rent arrears, council tax arrears, utilities debts, ensuring you are receiving all benefits you’re entitled to and support in applying for local grants such as Crisis Grant and Community Care Grant.

Housing

Homelessness and risk of homelessness, signposting and advice guidance with accessing housing in Scotland and knowing your rights.

Connection

Connecting with Who Cares? Scotland’s services such as advocacy for children and young people, signing up as a member and volunteering.

Service availability

The Helpline is open 12 noon to 4pm Monday to Friday

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