DASL Advice Service

DASL Advice Service

DASL's Advice Service is mainly for people with mental health problems. We will also try to assist other disabled adults and young disabled people under 18 but we are a small service and cannot always take on new cases.

Our long serving Advice Service Manager, John Martin, left in February 2017. He has been succeeded by Emma Davila who works all day Mondays to Wednesdays and Thursday mornings.


You can download an information sheet here, which gives you a list of free advice services and drop-ins around the borough.

Our service can help with advice casework on welfare benefits and other issues such as debt, housing, community care, accessible transport services (such as Freedom Passes, Blue Badges and Taxicards) and Emergency Support Scheme and charitable grant applications.

Please note that we do not have the capacity to accompany clients to ESA and PIP medical assessments.

You can access this service through the DASL Enquiry Line on 020 7738 5656 or by .

When we cannot help you ourselves we will suggest that you contact One Lambeth Advice or Lambeth Council’s Every Pound Counts service or Advising London. if you are an older or disabled person or a carer and need help with welfare benefits or tax credits.

You can read what users told us about the service in the report on our special survey during November 2014 - DASL_Advice_Service_Survey_Final_Report_Nov14.pdf