If you are
- recovering from a stay in hospital
- living with a long term health condition or disability
- finding it harder to cope as you get older
you can get practical advice on a wide range of topics, including benefits, health costs, debts, pensions and making a will.
If you need advice about your health, you should always talk to your doctor or nurse. You can also call NHS 111 for health advice and reassurance 24 hours a day.
|Website||What can you find on this site?|
|Age UK||You can get information, advice and support tailored for older people.
There are also local information and advice services in Bradford and district, Lancashire and North Craven. You can visit a drop-in centre, get help by telephone or arrange a home visit.
|Citizens Advice Bureau||You can get information and advice on benefits, money, work, housing and legal issues.
You can get advice online, by telephone or by visiting your local office:
- Bradford and Airedale Citizens Advice Bureau
- Colne Citizens Advice Bureau
- Craven and Harrogate Districts Citizens Advice Bureau
There are also face-to-face advice sessions in health centres, children's centres and community centres across the local area. You can get advice in various languages.
|Community Advice Network Bradford district||This is a network of local advice charities that give free, independent, confidential advice and information.
You can search the website for services in your area.
You can get help with problems about a wide range of benefits, money, work, housing and legal issues.
|GOV.UK||You can get easy access to government information and services. You can get advice on a wide range of topics including:
- Working, jobs and pensions
- Disabled people
|NHS Choices: Health costs||You can find out about help with dental costs, eye care charges, prescriptions, travel costs, wigs and fabric supports.|