The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) provide information and advice to those seeking state related welfare and financial services. These services can include applying for housing benefit, seeking information regarding job seekers’ allowance, as well as information regarding child maintenance. The DWP also plays a key role in providing support to those who have disabilities. This includes a disabled carers service, which provides information to those who are seeking disabled person’s related welfare support, as well as carers’ allowance. You can use our DWP contact number to find out more about these services, and how you can access them.
Our DWP Phone Number Job Centre Plus: 0843 515 9405 (8am to 6pm Monday to Friday)
State Pension Service: (8am to 6pm Monday to Friday)
Child Support Agency: 0844 515 9404 (8am to 8pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm Saturday)
It is important to use the correct DWP phone number when making contact.
Reasons for Contacting the DWP
You can contact the DWP and its relevant departments if you would like to receive further information about the services they provide. This can be given over the phone, or it can be provided in the form of a leaflet that will be sent to you. You may also want to initiate the process of making a claim, or inform the DWP of any changes to your current financial situation that would alter the amount of money you receive.
By using our DWP contact number, it is important to bear in mind that many calls to each telephone number above are recorded. This is for training and information purposes. Many of the numbers can also be used via your local job centre plus, which will allow free direct access to the lines listed above. All information you provide will be used to assess your claims. If you do not use the right telephone number, ask the call handler on the other end to transfer you or provide you with the correct one.