Disability advice in Brighton and Hove
Our Advice Centre can help with disability advice, welfare benefits and a range of other issues
Possability People’s Advice Centre supports adults who live in the Brighton and Hove area who are disabled, or have a health condition, or are older people, carers, or other professionals with a disabled client.
With a wealth of knowledge about the allowances and benefits you might be entitled to, we can help you fill in the necessary paper work so the process is less daunting and stressful. We can help you challenge benefit decisions you disagree with and in some cases, support you through appeals.
If you need information and advice about equipment or assistive technology, we will know what to talk to you about. If you want to know about money, Homemove applications or how to deal with debt, holidays or other local groups and services in the community, we can advise you.
We can help with enquiries about;
- Disability benefits (ESA, UC, PIP, AA, Carers Allowance, WTC)
- Disability benefits appeals
- Some pension credit enquiries
- Some Council Tax enquiries
- Fuel debt or changing fuel providers
- Utilities debt
- Information on equipment or assistive technology
- Accessible holidays
- Food bank referrals
All the work we do is independent and in confidence. We have The Advice Quality Standard and work in partnership with other agencies to provide specialist knowledge when needed.
“Sometimes a telephone call is all you need to solve a problem”.
Our advisors are available by telephone, from 10am – 4pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (closed Wednesdays). Our phone number is 01273 894050. Please be patient if you ring us; we will answer your call as soon as we can.
You can also text us on 07769 612015
The easiest way to contact us is by telephone. Call our advisors on 01273 894050. They are available from 10.00am – 4.00pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (closed Wednesdays).
You can also email us at email@example.com
Garfield West Foundation
The Advice Centre is extremely grateful to The Garfield Weston Foundation for its support.