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Need advice e.s.a won't help!

bonnie21
bonnie21
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I need advice: I suffer from anxiety depression, panick attacks, domestic violence ex relationship and have muscularskeletor disorder. I get NO help or money

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Olivia40

Not sure which country you are in , if uk then approach cab (citizens advice bureaux) for help with benefits, or do you have any help from any other sources who could assist. Any local charities that could help or ask your gp.

This link is to some online help or you can telephone them they will look into what benefit is you are entitled to

turn2us.org.uk/Get-Support

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bonnie21

I'm going to deal with the wealth fare rights he e.s.a stopped my money, pip stopped my money and now I have rent arears. Now I'm on anti depressive. These people judge you and make you feel small I'm having a bad time every day is a serious struggle and it just gets worse! Mental health issues are NOT a joke!!!! These people DWP take the very piss out of you. I've worked all my life!

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bonnie21

Im from Scotland.

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Olivia40
Olivia40
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Ah sorry. I hope you can find some support to help, the system can be tricky, frustrating and streasful 😩

I’m sorry you are finding it so ...

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borderriever

Hello Bonnie

You could seek advice at the CAB (Citizens Advice) they may be able to help and suggest Offices that may help.

Try the Job Shop, they can give appointments to discuss your employment situation. They can also suggest various disability aides to help you fulfill your work place needs. They can also suggest various pathways you can take. They can also help you get back into Employment.

You may be able to appeal against the decisions taken, approach your GP and see if He can help, He knows your disability and will advise and possibly assist

BOB

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kenster1
kenster1
in reply to bonnie21

hi I'm from clydebank

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Yorko

Sorry to hear about your situation. I know what you are going through firsthand. The system makes it so hard when you have mental health issues. Do not give up. It's gonna be hard, trust me, but get as much advice as possible and make sure your GP knows your situation and how hard all of this is escalating your condition. Make a record of everything. If there is anything else, do not hesitate to ask us on this forum xx

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kenster1

have you been to citizens advice about getting no help.even go to local mental health team they helped me a while back with benefits advice.

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