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Healthy Homes – Helping residents of Kensington and Chelsea with rising energy costs this winter

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As we have seen in the press in recent weeks, an increasing number of people are struggling with their fuel bills, and many are having to make a difficult choice between heating their homes or going without other living essentials. As winter draws in and it begins to get colder, it’s especially important to think about the impact cold homes and high bills can have on your service users’ health and quality of life.

 Call the Healthy Homes Helpline now on 0808 202 6204

The Healthy Homes scheme offers support to those residents who are struggling to heat their homes. Every call is followed up with a tailored package of advice and support: alongside information and advice on keeping warm and well, in the past the scheme has helped residents access free heating and insulation measures, provided help to those looking to switch to a cheaper tariff or energy supplier and run benefit checks that have helped some households increase their incomes by over £1000 a year.

 

Why not come along to the next Healthy Homes training session to find out more about what’s on offer this year?

Healthy Homes training sessions are free to attend. You can get up-to-date information about fuel poverty, with advice on how to spot the signs and to assist your service users to access the help they need. Details of the next session can be found below:

WHEN: Tuesday 3 December, 4.30 – 6.30pm

WHERE: Age UK Kensington and Chelsea, 1 Thorpe Close, London, W10 5XL

 

You can book your place at the training by calling Hannah on 0208 912 0444 or by emailing healthyhomes@se-2.co.uk

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