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Advice Services Croydon (ASC)

ASC provides a range of information, advice and support services for people living in Croydon.

Our Information and Advice services include:
• Information
• Advice
• Welfare Benefits
• Self Help Support
• Hearing Support Services

We also provide Advocacy services.

ASC is a consortium of four local charities, funded by Croydon Council.

Our services can be accessed in a number of ways including helpline, email, appointments, drop-in and surgeries around the borough, as well as our comprehensive online directory.

Address:
2 Katharine Street, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 1NX
Telephone:
020 8686 0066 (Advice Line) 020 8680 5450 (Office)
Sector:
Voluntary

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