Adviceline

telephone advice for Haringey residents

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Turkish Cypriot Women’s Project

We provide advocacy and generic advice services to women and older people covering social welfare law; housing and homelessness, welfare benefits, education, training, employment, debt management. We provide legal awareness sessions and facilitate opportunities for users to engage and learn skills so they become more confident and self reliant.

We provide activities and services to help reduce social isolation (Luncheon Club for older members of the community) and Housing Related Support (Supporting People) service to vulnerable Haringey residents.

We run a volunteering and work placement programme for young people where they learn skills in business administration and organising activities.

Contact details

140a Falkland Road, Hornsey, London, N8 0NP

Telephone: 020 8340 3300
Email: info@tcwp.org.uk
Website: www.tcwp.org.uk

Opening hours: Monday: 10.00am-1.00pm/2.00pm-5.00pm (appointments only)
Tuesday: 10.00am-1.00pm/2.00pm-5.00pm (appointments only)
Wednesday: 10.00am-1.00pm/2.00pm-5.00pm (appointments only)
Thursday: 9.00am-1.00pm/2.00pm-5.00pm (open door surgery)
Friday: 10.00am-1.00pm/2.00pm-5.00pm (appointments only)
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible and fully accessible toilet for people with disabilities and older people

Piccadilly line to Turnpike Lane. Overground to Harringay or Green Lanes. Buses: 29, 141, 41, W4

We offer advice…

On these issues:

Consumer advice, Debt & money advice, Employment, Health & community care, Housing & homelessness, Immigration & nationality, Legal advice, Welfare benefits
We hold free Legal Advice Surgeries concerning family and housing issues, in conjunction with Duncan Lewis Solicitors, every third Tuesday of the month. At the moment it is a short term arrangement but if there is a high demand the service will be extended.

To these people:

All adults, Older People, Children/Young People, BMER
Please note that under the heading all adults we only help women and indirectly their families.

In these ways:

Telephone, Face-to-face Appointments, Drop-in, Email

(Quality assurance: Advice Quality Standard at General Help Level and Welfare Benefits Category at Casework Level, OISC at Level 1)

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