Supporting Residents in the Malpas Area
Cheshire West Council's Welfare Support and Visiting Team offer and provide Digital Support to Cheshire West & Chester residents.
This could involve things like assisting them in making:
opening a Bank Account online;
setting up an email account;
paying Bills online.
The Welfare Support and Visiting Team can also assist with:-
o Health signposting and support (including access to support for mental health conditions, support with smoking, diet and fitness, online health support)
o Welfare Reforms
o Financial Support (including help in claiming extra benefits a person may be entitled to, help with claims for any discretionary awards which are appropriate, budget support, Debt Advice and Assistance, help to get free school meals or free nursery places)
o Energy Advice (advice about keeping warm, switching energy provider, Advice on Smart Meters)
o Employment Support (including help with training or work related needs, CV Assistance, Interview Preparation, Funding for training or work related items, help to overcome any barriers to work)
o Wider Advice Needs (including threatened/actual homelessness, private tenancies, tenancy deposit protection, Foodbank Vouchers)
Anyone who requires some digital support or welfare advice and support should contact
Digital Inclusion Officer
Welfare Support and Visiting Team
Cheshire West and Chester Council
Tel: 07768 853547
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