Free help and advice for local people, provided by local volunteers

  • Friendly support; a listening ear and practical help, all completely free and in confidence
  • Telephone helpline for people in need (01270 876605)
  • Information and advice on a wide range of matters, including welfare, benefits, legal, housing, health etc, with signposting to specialist help when needed.
  • Help with finding a new job
  • Making phone calls to benefit agencies and local authorities etc
  • Referrals to local authority and other professional organisations, as well as those run by voluntary organisations such as Foodbank.
  • Access to local services run by voluntary organisations for the community in Alsager such as those caring for the elderly, young people, and the disabled,
  • Form filling and letter writing
  • Budgeting and money management advice
  • Free benefits checks
  • Legal advice – a free initial consultation with a solicitor, covering a wide range of legal services, in our centre once a fortnight on Friday afternoons 12.30-2.30pm
  • Searching the internet and printing out information
  • Helping to find someone who can assist you with odd jobs.
  • Access to local groups
  • Information about volunteering opportunities in Alsager
  • Finding cheaper fuel deals and help with the switching process
  • Support with practical matters, such as setting up email, phones etc.
  • Helping Hands service (one-off tasks for vulnerable people)
  • School Uniform & PE kit for most Alsager schools
  • Lost and Found items – reuniting you with your lost property
  • Monthly Gift Scheme – free sanitary products on request

Get in touch

  • Our Helpline is open every day 9am – 5pm. Phone 01270 876605.
  • Email us:  info@alsagercommunitysupport.org.uk.
  • We are open for face to face visits – by appointment only – on Mondays – Fridays 9.30am-12.30pm

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