Citizens Advice Contact Number

0843 2080 982

Citizens Advice Contact Number

Previously known as the Citizens Advice Bureau, Citizens Advice is a collective of over 300 charities throughout the UK who offer free and impartial advice to those who have problems concerning money, income, or legal problems throughout the UK.

Other Citizens Advice Contact Numbers:

Citizens Advice Phone Number
Head Office  0843 2080 982
Citizens Advice Complaints  0843 2080 982
Customer Services  0843 2080 982

Citizens Advice Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Customer Service 8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week

Citizens Advice Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office Citizens Advice
3rd Floor North
200 Aldersgate
London
EC1A 4HD

Where is my nearest Citizens Advice?
Who can go to Citizens Advice?
How else can I contact Citizens Advice?
Why was Citizens Advice Set up?
Is Citizens Advice open on weekends?

Reasons to contact the Citizens Advice Head Office Contact Number:

      • If you are unsatisfied with your Citizens Advice experience and wish to complain to a member of staff
      • If you need to enquire about a service available from Citizens Advice
      • To speak to a member of staff urgently about your issue
      • If you wish to have an informal talk with a member of staff at the Citizens Advice Contact Number
      • If you are unsatisfied with the customer service that you have received previously through the Citizens Advice Contact Number

Services available from Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice offer guidance and help on a number of issues such as:

  • Benefits – If you are having problems receiving or claiming benefits, or if you are currently struggling to find a job
  • Income – If you are having problems at work, or you would like advice on how to go self-employed
  • Debt – Help with debt and money problems such as budgeting issues
  • Consumer issues – Such as problems with used cars, or wanting to issue complaints with trading standards
  • Relationship problems – If you are suffering violence in your relationship, or need advice regarding a death in the family
  • Housing Issues – If you are having trouble finding somewhere to live or paying rent in your current accommodation
  • Discrimination – If you are facing discrimination at work and do not know what to do

Citizens Advice Contact NumberCitizens Advice Jobs

You can find all jobs and volunteer positions both online with citizens advice, by calling the number above and enquiring, or by visiting your local Citizens Advice center, where a member of staff will be able to help you find the role suited to you. Volunteering with citizens advice is a great way to get involved with the local community and help people who need advice in your area. When you volunteer with citizens advice, you will receive the training you need in order to help those who need advice on guidance on their current situation at home or in work.

Citizens Advice Guides

If you would rather look at some guides and online advice with citizens advice, without speaking to an advisor over the phone or face to face, you can do so by heading over to the citizens advice website. From there you will be able to find guides suited to your issue.

How to make an appointment with Citizens Advice

You can make an appointment with your local Citizens Advice center team by calling the number above. A member of staff will be able to guide you on booking a face to face appointment from there. You can also chat online with an advisor, or use their webchat service for more help on your issue.

FAQ’s

Where is my nearest Citizens Advice?

You can search for, and find, your local Citizens Advice center on the Citizens Advice website. All you need to do is enter your postcode, and the location of your nearest Center will appear.

Who can go to Citizens Advice?

Anyone can go to Citizens Advice for a range of services and advice on money and legal matters. If you are struggling with debt, legal issues, housing or relationships, Citizens Advice offer free and impartial help. Simply ring the number above or visit their website or your local center for more information

How else can I contact Citizens Advice?

In addition to ringing the number above, you can also visit your local Citizens Advice center. You can find your local center by checking their online locator. You can also talk to a member of staff on their web chat service or on their social media websites such as Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube.

Why was Citizens Advice Set up?

Citizens Advice was created and named during World War II, as a reaction to poor social economic structures in the UK. It was a place where families and individuals could receive private, free, and impartial advice on legal issues, without having to spend money to do so. The service has remained that way since its creation.

Is Citizens Advice open on weekends?

Opening times vary from center to center. For opening times at your local Citizens Advice, ring the number and a member of staff will be able to help you find the opening days and times.

More about Citizens Advice

The concept for Citizens Advice came about during World War II, when the UK was rife with homelessness and poor social economy. It allowed families and individuals to come forward and ask for advice concerning money, welfare, and other aspects of life. The organization has continued to this day, with one-third of the UK population visiting the Citizens Advice website every year. It is also the largest advice provider in the UK today, with over 3oo Citizens Advice centers in the UK.

The aim of Citizens Advice has always been to provide a free service which offers free and impartial advice on legal matters. If you would like to talk to a member of staff at Citizens Advice, you can visit the website, or ring the number above. A member of staff will be able to help you further with your query or any questions you might have regarding your situation.

Below is a recent video uploaded to the Citizens Advice Youtube channel. For more videos, click through and you will be redirected to the Citizens Advice youtube account.