Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Coronavirus - stay alert to stay safe

Following Government advice, we have decided to close the office in Devonshire Road until further notice. The drop-ins sessions have been temporarily suspended at all our centres, but we are still open for business and doing all that we can to help people deal with the challenges of Coronavirus COVID-19.

Go to our Get Advice page for full details about how you can contact us.

Information about how to cope with self-isolation and social distancing is being updated daily. As part of our response, we are creating a list of external links related to your enquiries to give you an additional source of information to support you. This includes:

Please check this page regularly for updates.


Our response - Covid-19

Our response - Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the lives of so many people into disarray, and our bureau is doing its utmost to help with unprecedented numbers of clients seeking help.

Essential information

Essential information

Links to essential information from Government websites, national Citizens Advice and Cambridge & District Citizens Advice.

Coronavirus - accessible resources

Coronavirus - accessible resources

Find out what government and organisations supporting disability rights are doing to support you, and keep you safe during the Covi-19 outbreak. Plus a useful resource from the International Organization for Migration for non-English speakers living in the UK covering information about benefits, immigration, housing in 9 different languages.

Domestic abuse

Domestic abuse

Staying at home during the Coronavirus outbreak can cause anxiety for those who are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse. If you are worried about someone knowing you have visited this website, please visit the Women's Aid website to find out how to cover your tracks online.

Emergency food phone line: 01223 967426

Emergency food phone line: 01223 967426

Cambridge Sustainable Food - emergency food phone line: 01223 967426 If you need a Foodbank Voucher, call us on our Cambridge Adviceline Freephone: 08082 787808.

Homelessness / rough sleepers

Homelessness / rough sleepers

If you are homeless, statutory duties enable Cambridge City Council to work with you to find a new home. Find links here to information from the council, national Citizens Advice and other local organisations providing support.

Wellbeing support in Cambridgeshire

Wellbeing support in Cambridgeshire

Help for those who are struggling with an emotional or mental health crisis during this difficult time.