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Hackney Information Advice Consortium (HIAC)

Address:
Social Action for Health,
Head Office (clients are not seen at this address),
Unit A, Ment House,
1B, Mentmore Terrace,
Hackney,
E8 3DQ
E-mail: emmat@safh.org.uk
Telephone: 0208 510 1970
Website: https://www.safh.org.uk/advice-sessions

Description

Who we are:

Social Action for Health (SAFH) are passionate about unlocking the potential in people.

"We believe communities hold the power to their own health and wellbeing - and to a healthier world

We have a vision for a world where health inequalities no longer exist and everyone can live long healthy and fulfilling lives. 

Working alongside diverse communities we empower people and communities to live healthier lives."


What we do:

Social Action for Health (SAFH)  are the lead agency in a partnership of organsations that deliver advice from 10 GP practices in Hackney. Our advisors offer professional advice on welfare, housing, and debt related issues.

All advisors are well networked and able to refer people for specialist legal support and sign posting into other community networks.

The Hackney Information Advice Consortium (HIAC)  advice project takes a person centred, holistic approach, we listen and action plan to support local people with their social welfare related issues.

Our advisors deliver advice in community languages which include:

  • Bengali
  • Urdu
  • Turkish and
  • Kurdish

We also ensure that culture and faith is understood in the advice process.

Our aim is to support people to become more resilient and more able to deal with challenges in the future.


The Hackney Information Advice Consortium (HIAC)  is made up of 6 agency partners:


Hackney Information Advice Consortium (HIAC) can offer professional advice on a broad range of topics including:

  • Welfare benefits
  • Benefit entitlement checks
  • Help with form filling, these include Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independence Payment, Carers Allowance and Employment and Support Allowance forms.
  • Housing advice
  • Debt advice
  • Legal advice
  • Referrals into specialist areas such as immigration and employment
  • Sign posting into training, employment and education opportunities

Hackney Information Advice Consortium (HIAC) advisors are well networked and able to refer people for specialist legal support and sign post to other appropriate networks.


Hackney Information Advice Consortium (HIAC) – GP advice sessions times and venues:

Lea Surgery - Wednesday 2-4.30pm

Lower Clapton Group Practice - Friday 1.30-4pm

Well Street Surgery - Tuesday 10-1pm

Somerford Grove Practice - Monday 10-1pm

Shoreditch Park Surgery - Wednesday 9-12pm (Advice delivered in Turkish)

Telephone Advice - Call directly: 02077397026 - Friday 9.30-1pm (Advice delivered in Turkish)

Heron Practice - Tuesday 2-5pm (Advice support for Carers – Book directly 02079238750)

Queensbridge Practice - Friday 2-5pm (Advice support for Carers – Book directly 02079238750)

Nightingale Practice - Tuesday 2.30-5pm

Barton House Group Practice - Tuesday 2.30-5pm

Greenhouse Practice - Tuesday 2.30-5pm

 


Find out more:

HIAC advice session information leaflet

 

Record Last Updated on: 20/02/2018

Time / Date Details

Session Information

By appointment only

Other Details

Referral Details

Alternatively you can access advice in the borough directly from the following partner agencies:

Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB),

300 Mare Street, London, E8 1HE

Phone: 0844 499 1195

Website: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk


Age UK East London, 

22 Dalston Lane,

London, E8 3AZ

Phone: 020 7249 7149

Website: https://www.ageuk.org.uk/eastlondon/about-age-uk-east-london


City & Hackney Carers Centre, 

Prideaux House, 10 Church Crescent, London, E9 7DL,

Phone: 020 8533 0951

Website: https://www.hackneycarers.org.uk 


Agudas Israel Community Services, 

97 Stamford Hill, London, N16 5DN

Phone: 020 8800 6688

Website: http://www.jweb.org.uk/services/


Hoxton Trust Legal Advice Centre, 

156 Hoxton Street , London, N1 6SH

Phone: 020 7613 4174

Website: http://www.hoxtontrust.org/


Hackney Marsh Partnership,

Kingsmead Kabin, 8-9 Kingsmead Way, London, E9 5QG

Phone: 020 8525 6969

Website: www.hmp.org.uk/


Derman, The Basement, 66 New North Road, London, N1 6TG,

Phone: 020 7613 5944

Website: http://derman.org.uk/derman/


Hackney Community Law Centre, 

8 Lower Clapton Road, London, E5 0PD

Phone: 020  8985 5236

Website: https://www.hclc.org.uk/

How to Get Here

Buses: 48, 55, 106, 254

Train: London Fields

Local Offer

Contact Name
Emma Triggs - HIAC Project Manager
Contact Telephone
0208 510 1970
Contact Email
emmat@safh.org.uk

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