The Ealing Advice Service is a new service for the borough of Ealing. They provide avenues to advice and information through the website, http://ealingadvice.org/welcome/about-us/
directing you to the organisation which can help you best in your enquiry. It has a broad network of agencies working together to provide the people of Ealing with access to a variety of advice services that can help with debt, housing,health benefits, employment, immigration or family problems.
They also run a telephone advice line where someone will be able to give you preliminary advice and signpost you to organisations which will be better equipped to deal with any problems you have.
Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm, 7pm on Wednesday evenings.
The services provided range all the way from basic information to advice, to full legal representation from a specialist solicitor or caseworker. The aim of the EAS website is to make information about local and national advice services easily available to the public, including which areas of help are available, who is providing the services and how to find them.
The site itself does not provide legal advice, nor does it recommend any one provider over another. It is a tool to help you find the appropriate information in the main community advice areas.
We do not offer immediate face to face advice sessions but we do operate outreach services around the borough of Ealing in exceptional circumstances for incredibly urgent clients. These services consist of an initial 45 minute appointment with an adviser after which casework may be completed on behalf of the client if appropriate.
You can download a copy of the Ealing Advice Directory from the website of Voluntary & Public Sector Organisations agencies which comply with Advice Quality Standard aswell as those that don’t.
It also provides contact information regarding Solicitors with a Legal Services Commission Civil Legal Aid Contract.
It has been designed not only to enable members of the public to access advice services but also so that organisations or advisers can refer or signpost clients to the service most appropriate for their needs.
Information about public transport, access for disabled people, client groups and a statement from each organisation has been included wherever possible to enable people to find the agency that is best suited to their need.
The Directory is available on line where it can be regularly updated.
Thank you to the patient who recommended this service I thoroughly recommend this to anyone needing advice or if you need to signpost someone for advice