At the St George's One Stop Centre you can get advice on a range of council services face to face. We work with a variety of partners to help bring you the services that you need locally.
More information about these services
- Benefits - information about housing benefit, council tax benefit, free school meals and school clothing vouchers. You can also make an appointment with us to talk about benefits.
- Council Tax - bills, discounts, business rates, and how to pay.
- Hate incident reporting - a hate incident is any incident that the victim or any other person believes has been motivated by hatred of race, disability, religion or sexual orientation. You can report hate incidents at a one stop centre rather than a police station. We work with West Yorkshire Police, Leeds Racial Harassment Project and Yorkshire MESMAC (sexual health project).
- Housing – enquiries about repairs, rent accounts, applying for a council house, neighbour problems or any housing enquiries.
- Social Services - help and advice about services for older people, children and families, disabled people, blue badges and bus passes for disabled people, RADAR keys to access disabled toilets.
- Welfare Rights - advice surgeries for people needing help and advice with welfare benefits and rights. Surgeries are held on Mondays from 09.00 to 12.00. Surgeries are by appointment only so please telephone 0113 3760452 or ask a member of staff at the centre to book you an appointment.
Additional services at this one stop centre
- Aire Valley Homes - neighbourhood housing office services.
- Library and information services - free access to computers and the internet, and a wide variety of books. We are available to help customers. See the link to Middleton library for more information.
- Minor injuries unit - help for people with minor injuries such as cuts, minor burns or sprains. There is also an x-ray facility. Opening times are: Everyday 8.00 to 22.30.
- Child and adolescent health services - therapy services include physiotherapy and occupational therapy, children's medical clinic, integrated clinic, children's community eye clinic, 0-16 team and child and adolescent mental health services.
- Community eye centre - treatment and care for patients with common eye conditions such as cataracts, diabetic eye conditions, glaucoma and poor vision. You can be referred to the centre by your GP, optician or Social Services.
- Community midwifery service - help with stopping smoking, obstetric physiotherapy and antenatal booking, a baby café, and parenting preparation for birth and beyond.
- Musculoskeletal services - treats people with injuries to muscles, bones and joints. Patients are referred via their GP and are seen by specialist chartered physiotherapists, musculoskeletal doctors and podiatrists for diagnosis and appropriate treatment usually on site. Treatment may include exercise, self help advice, manipulation, injection, biomechanical assessment and orthotic provision.
- Neighbourhood Policing Team for Middleton and Belle Isle - have a drop in service on first Saturday of the month between 10.00am -11.00am.
- Out of hours GP surgery - this is an appointment service that can be used by patients contacting their own GP and is available between 18.00 and 23.00
- Victim Support - you can book an appointment by telephoning 0113 395 1260 for support and advice if you have been the victim of a crime.