Useful links Advice Citizens Advice Bureau Citizens Advice Bureau offers advice on benefits, housing and many other topics. Check the advice on their website or call to make an appointment on 0844 499 4108. JobCentre Plus JobCentre Plus administers Universal Credit, Jobseeker’s Allowance, employment and support allowance and income support. Slough Immigration Aid Unit The Slough Immigration Aid Unit offers free legal representation on immigration for families and individuals. Accommodation Aylesbury Homeless Action Group Aylesbury Homeless Action Group provides appointment-based advice, drop-in sessions and emergency winter provision. DENS DENS operates in the Hemel Hempstead area, providing a day centre, night shelter, move-on accommodation and resettlement support. Emmaus Communities Emmaus Communities enable people to move on from homelessness, providing work and a home in a supportive, family environment. High Wycombe YMCA High Wycombe YMCA provides supported accommodation for individuals. Home Group Home Group have accommodation for ex-offenders and individual homeless people. The Old Tea Warehouse The Old Tea Warehouse is a hostel in High Wycombe run by Riverside who are social housing providers. It caters for individual homeless people, including those with addiction issues, mental health problems and are ex-offenders. Wycombe Women’s Aid Wycombe Women’s Aid have a local base and provide information and temporary accommodation for women experiencing domestic violence. Addiction One Recovery Bucks (ORB)Help with drug and alcohol recoveryCall: 0300 7729 672Email: [email protected]Website: www.onerecoverybucks.org/ Gamblers Anonymous Holding online meetings for those who struggle with gamblingCall: 0330 094 0322Website: www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk/ GamCare Phone line for those who struggle with gambling Call: 0808 8020 133Online: https://www.gamcare.org.uk/ Life Works: Transforming LivesOne of the hospitals and treatment centres linked to the well-known Priority Clinic this group provide help and support for those who may need somebody to talk to in times of crisis. They also provide advice and support for the families who may be worried and concerned about the behaviour of a loved one through the abuse of alcohol and/or drugs. Here is their guide to free help. Help at home Wycombe Women’s Aid Support from women to women against domestic violence. Call: 01494 461367Web: https://www.wycombewomensaid.org.uk/ The National Domestic Abuse Helpline24/7 for men and women to call for help and advice Call: 0808 2000 247 Mental Health SamaritansIf you need someone to talk to about your concerns, troubles and worries, they will listen. Call: 116 123 Email: [email protected] 24/7 Mental Health HelplineCall: 01865 904997 Bucks Healthy MindsA NHS service offering talking therapies, practical support and employment advice to people with a GP in Buckinghamshire.Call on 01865 901600.