Advice Stirling offers free, confidential and impartial money, debt and benefit advice to citizens within the Stirling area. Our trained advisers can also help you prepare and provide representation at welfare benefit appeal hearings.
The Macmillan Money Matters service is a joint initiative between Macmillan Cancer Support, NHS Forth Valley, Stirling Council, Falkirk Council and the Department for Work and Pensions. The team advises patients living in the Forth Valley area and provides full benefits checks and assistance to apply for all eligible benefits and grants
If you are a tenant of Forth Housing Association or Rural Stirling Housing Association, our Digital Inclusion Officers may be able to help you.
It doesn’t matter how much or how little you already know, or what you use to get online. If you just want to become more confident our team can work with you. We can come to your home or use a local venue which is convenient to you. We will aim to boost your confidence. By the end of our sessions you should be able to browse with confidence, apply for jobs/benefits, shop for deals, send/receive emails and engage with social media.
Please contact your landlord, Forth Housing Association or Rural Stirling Housing Association, for more information about the Project or to request a referral.
Stirling Council Digital Inclusion project offers free and tailored help to complete beginners or those looking to improve their digital skills. We aim to improve your confidence using a wide variety of services online