Cambridge and District Citizens Advice has been informed by the staff at John Huntingdon's Charity in Sawston that they are still working but will not be doing any face to face contact
ARU Law Clinic is pleased to be able to continue to provide family law advice by email or online via Zoom – for more information or to set up a ‘virtual’ appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
While continuing to offer free, confidential independent advice, Cambridge Citizens Advice has announced some important changes to the way it provides support to the local community.
If you need food vouchers call us on our Cambridge Citizens Adviceline. The phone number is 0344 848 7979 or Email for Advice.
Cambridge and District Citizens Advice have been informed that, due to the Coronavirus crisis, some changes are being made to the local foodbank operation. Please read this message if this affects you and your family
Given the variety of issues arising from the Coronavirus outbreak, the Expert Advice team have looked at a range of typical scenarios and potential client questions relating to work and employment rights.
On October 17th 2018 the Universal Credit Full Service was introduced in Cambridge for New Claims. Find out what is happening to the benefits system, what we think about the changes, and how we can help with new claims.
At Cambridge Citizens Advice, we help a lot of people to apply for PIP and challenge the decision if their application has been unsuccessful. Here are some top tips for applying for PIP from John, one of our benefit advisers.
Imposters pretending to be from Cambridge Citizens Advice are cold-calling people to offer help with debt problems. We will never call you about debts or other problems unless you've already been in touch with us and you're expecting our call.