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If your work has been affected and you are worried about income, you might be able to claim benefits to support you and your household. The best advice is to complete a benefit calculation on www.entitledto.co.uk. At the end of this calculation, it will tell you what you might be entitled to claim. If you want to ask further questions please call 0208 359 2442.

If you have a housing emergency contact Barnet Homes Housing Options on 0208 359 4797

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Updates From Our Partners:

Citizens Advice Barnet suspended all face-to-face services, you can still call their helpline for advice: 0300 456 8365    

Twining Enterprise suspended all face-to face services, you can still call their helpline for advice: 0300 123 7059 . They will be offering a webinar or online sessions for the time being. More information here: twiningenterprise.org.uk  

National Careers Servicesuspended all face-to face services, but the same quality advice over the phone: 0800 100 900 .

MORE HELP:

BarnetWellbeing - Improve your mental and emotional health

Food Bank - Find your nearest food bank

Food Vouchers - Referral process; Burnt Oak Library

Entitled to - Benefit Calculator

Advice Local - search for local support about your finances and housing issues

Jamie
Jamie

Before I found BOOST I was struggling to find a job. I didn’t know how to get started. Now, thanks to BOOST I have a job and I am absolutely loving it. Even to this day they still ask me if there is anything they can do to help me to progress.

    Chris
    Chris

    This time last year, I was working for McDonalds, it was quite a tough time for me as I had been an university graduate for about a year and I hadn’t any luck applying for graduate jobs. Then I heard about BOOST. When I went there, they were all really friendly and nice, especially Gurinder who took me under her wing and helped me out.

      Charlie
      Charlie

      I was in my last year at school, year eleven. I didn’t apply for any A levels at that time, so I had no idea what I wanted to do.  My parents suggested: ‘Apply for Barnet Council apprenticeship, it will be good.’ And I got it.