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Citizens Advice Devon

We are a network of charities providing free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities.

Citizens Advice Devon, as a member of the Citizens Advice service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to individuals on their rights and responsibilities. It also values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination.
Our twin Aims are to provide the advice people need for the problems they face, and improve the policies and practices that affect people's lives, bringing to the attention of local and national government, issues and problems which are of common concern

Areas covered include welfare benefits, debt, housing, consumer issues, relationship breakdown and employment.

Lots of information and advice is available on our website citizensadvice.org.uk. If you'd like to make contact with the Citizens Advice the best way is to phone our Adviceline on 03444 111 444, or visit your local office or outreach during its drop-in hours. These hours, and office locations, can be found through the "find your local Citizens Advice" search at citizensadvice.org.uk.

Services

Find out more about the services we offer by clicking the headings below


  1. The consequences of bereavement can be devastating. As well as the emotional cost, many families experience problems with money, housing, benefits and other matters. CA is often able to help in these circumstances.

  2. We may be able to help you get justice in cases where you have been illegally discriminated against.

  3. We offer drop-in services at various rural locations around Devon. See the "find your local bureau" search at citizensadvice.org.uk for times and locations.

  4. Find out what your rights are if your relationship has broken down, for example whether you can stay in the family home or who the children should live with. You can also find out how to deal with things like making a will, registering a birth or changing your name, and where else to go for help.

  5. You can be scammed in different ways - online, by phone, by post or in person. Scammers try to get your personal details to get money from you or steal your details so they can pretend to be you. Contact the Citizens Advice Consumer Service for help with what to do next. tel: 03454040506