Welfare Rights and Debt Advice
We provide welfare rights and debt advice for people in Salford who are over 18; are Salford residents or registered with a Salford GP; and who have a mental health condition. Our advice is free, independent, impartial and confidential.
We also provide advice and support to clients to ensure they can access their full benefit entitlements. We will assist clients in applying for:
- Universal Credit
- Jobseekers Allowance (JSA)
- Income Support
- Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
- Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
- Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
- Housing benefit
- Winter Fuel Payments
- Pension Credit
- Any Other Benefits Entitlements
Many people with mental health difficulties can find it difficult to understand and access the complex benefits system and to get the support that they need. They can sometimes be treated unfairly and without respect because of a lack of understanding about mental health. At Mind in Salford, we strive to ensure that everyone with mental health difficulties has access to support and that they are treated fairly and with respect.
You can find out more about our advice services by calling 0161 212 4880.
In addition to the advice services we provide, please find below links to some recommended self-help resources.
Universal Credit is due to be rolled out in Salford on 26th September (25th July for Higher Broughton). If you are unsure about what Universal Credit is or if it will affect you, read Salford City Council’s guide here.