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St Luke’s Advice Service is a registered charity (no. 1094894), is an essential debt and benefit advice service in Brighton. We provide 1:1 support to client with their welfare benefit forms, appeals or debt related issues. Our advice is essential to the wellbeing of our clients. Without our free, impartial, caring support these individuals face eviction, relationship breakdown, deteriorating health due to increased anxiety around their situation, loss of benefits and increased poverty.

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