National Energy Action, the national fuel poverty charity, is offering extra support for expectant and young families, and those who work with them as part of their roles through the .
As part of the project, NEA is offering to deliver community advice sessions to build family’s resilience against fuel poverty as well as administering a crisis fund for families in need.
Moreover, professionals can access free accredited training for frontline staff to better understand the links between health and warmth and empower professionals to provide more effective support.
For more information or an informal chat, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for this project is provided via the Energy Savings Trust. NEA works with all individuals at risk of fuel poverty – for more information, please use the contact details above or visit our website”.