City of London Advocacy Services – Children and Young People
City Advice advisors offer a confidential and impartial service and are qualified to advise on:
- Consumer and employment rights
- Welfare benefits
- Housing and legal issues
- Health and wellbeing
The level of help will depend on your enquiry and the type of advice and help you need. A detailed assessment of the problem will give City Advisors a better understanding of the situation and will be able to offer tailor made advice. You can then decide if you prefer to take action yourself or let City Advice act on your behalf.
Our partner, Reconstruct, provides advocacy services for children and young people living in the City of London with a health, social care or special educational need.
Who to contact
Where to go
Unit 4 Earlsfield Business Centre
9 Lydden Road
- SW18 4LT
- Age Ranges