East European Advice Centre

We provide support to Central and Eastern European migrants from the EU accession countries (A10): Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia who live in the Greater London.

We help people who:

  • Are in poverty and at risk of losing their home because they face eviction or don’t have enough money to maintain tenancy or don’t have money for permanent place to live, or have debt/arrears
  • Are experiencing work problems such as exploitation, abuse, withholding payment of wages and other issues related to their workplace
  • Are older and isolated and need support with coping financially and with practical matters

If you need help in these areas, you can approach us thorough the following ways:

  • Free Advice Line - (9 am to 4.30 pm) if you are at risk of losing your home, you don’t have a stable accommodation or you have been recently made homeless to speak about your problem and book an appointment if necessary
  • Drop in sessions every Monday and Friday – short meeting with advisers to assess your situation and book an appointment if necessary. Places are allocated on first come first serve basis
  • General enquiry - to speak about your problem and book an appointment if necessary

 

Where to go

Name of venue
East European Advice Centre
Venue address
Room 18 238 – 246 King Street
London
Postcode
W6 0RF

Who to contact

Telephone
Free Advice Line 0800 121 4226
General enquiry - 020 8741 1288
Email
info@eerc.org.uk
Website
www.eeac.org.uk
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