Netherley Citizens Advice Bureau

Project Summary:

Netherley Citizens Advice Bureau Debt and Disconnection Prevention Service has previously been funded by the Trust.  This project provides a comprehensive service to help vulnerable customers, out of fuel poverty or prevent them going into fuel poverty in the first place.   The project works with a variety of organisations to identify those in need and provides help and advice on alleviating fuel debt, preventing disconnection, empowering clients through budgeting skills, energy efficiency advice, and maximising income through Benefit Health Checks.  The funding being requested is to pay for two full time workers and 1 part time worker for 1 year to continue their work in Liverpool with a range of vulnerable groups i.e. young people, families elderly and lone parents.  

Expected Number of Individuals: 500

Expected Number of Households: 360

Trustees Meeting: June 2007

Funding Amount Approved: £66,360.50

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