Here are some websites and links you may find useful

Ansbury – working with young people, parents and adults to help them achieve their career goals through our quality guidance and advice.

Bournemouth Borough Council – information from Bournemouth Borough Council

Citizens Advice – online advice for you and your clients.

Department for Work and Pensions – information about benefits from DWP.

Dorset Councils online – information from Dorset County Council

Dorset Race Equality Council –  supporting individuals, communities and institutions in challenging racism, celebrating diversity and promoting equality of opportunity for all in Dorset.

Eating opportunities in Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole including

  • lunch club and eating out directory
  • meal delivery service
  • shopping assistance in Dorset booklet
  • foodbank directory

Get online in Dorset – Find out where you can go in Dorset to get support and advice about using computers and the internet.

Gov.uk – the best place to find government services and information.

Healthwatch – working to help local people get the best out of their local health and social care services.

Money Advice Trust – helps people across the UK to tackle their debts and manage their money wisely.

My Health, My Way – Personalised support for people living with a health condition in Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole

My Life, My Care – Help to live safely and independently in your home

Poole Borough Council – information from Poole Borough Council

Shelter – helping millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness – and campaigning to prevent it in the first place.

Wessex Water – Wessex Water’s website has lots of self-help information on every aspect of water and sewerage services. Bills and accounts – including problems paying, moving home. Help and advice – including water quality, avoiding blockages. Saving water – including free water saving pack, water efficiency advice.

There are a number of organisations who can offer support to people with specific illnesses and disability – the MyLifeMyCare website has information about many of these.