St Luke’s Advice Service is a registered charity, providing free welfare benefit and debt advice to people in need across the city of Brighton & Hove.
From our office at the Brighthelm Centre, our dedicated team of staff and volunteers provide one to one support for those who are struggling to claim the benefits they need and/or need help with managing debt.
Our team’s knowledge and expertise in the areas of money advice and welfare benefits help people overcome their financial struggles. However, it is our team’s compassion that helps people to feel whole again, feel connected to their communities and able to get back on with their lives.
We strive to achieve best practice in all aspects of diversity and inclusion. We are affiliated to St Luke’s Church, Prestonville and Christian values are central to our work; this does not constrain who we help, we are open to everyone and are proud to serve the whole community.
The Impact We Have
We have been audited by Recognising Excellence on behalf of the Advice Services Alliance and have proudly held the Advice Quality Standard (AQS) for many years. The AQS is an award granted to organisations providing the highest quality of advice.
As we provide money advice, St Lukes Advice Service is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA Reference Number 626265).
St Luke’s Advice Service is an active member within two partnership organisations led by Citizens Advice Brighton & Hove, Advice Matters and Moneyworks. We are proud to provide a key service to people in need across our city, working alongside Brighton Housing Trust, Money Advice Plus, YMCA Youth Advice Centre, Possibility People, Hangleton & Knoll Project, Wave Community Bank and Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project.