I can't pay my rent and I'm worried that I may get evicted
If you have rent arrears and you think you might be evicted from your home, you should contact your landlord to see if you can organise a repayment plan for the overdue rent. If this isn't possible, the following services are available to help with your situation:
Citizens Advice can help you resolve issues concerning debt, benefits, employment, housing, immigration, relationships, utilities and other related problems.
BHT Hastings Advice can give advice on possession action, homelessness and disrepair.
Hastings Advice & Representation Centre (HARC) can provide you with information and representation on your welfare benefits and tax credits.
STEPS provides specialist support for people aged 60+. The services offer short term support to help people stay living independently if they need advice and support.
- Telephone 0300 123 2422
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- specialist advice and support on housing issues
- information on your rights
if you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Rent arrears and problems paying your rent
Free online Money Advice Service can provide free and impartial money advice and debt advice.
Are you homeless or at risk of being homeless?
If you are at risk of being homeless or need more advice and support you can complete our online Housing Options Assessment form. For more information visit our I'm at risk of being or already am homeless webpage.
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