Telephone:Advice Line 0800 144 88 48
Hull and East Riding (Hull) Citizens Advice
2 Alfred Gelder Street
Kingston Upon Hull
Hull and East Riding (Beverley) Citizens Advice
Hull and East Riding (Bridlington) Citizens Advice
Hull and East Riding (Goole) Citizens Advice
Citizens Advice, Hull and East Riding is an independent charity providing free advice and campaigning on the big issues that affect people's lives.
Our goal is to help everyone find a way forward, whatever problems they face. It does't matter who you are, or what your situation is. We will always give you free, confidential and impartial advice.
We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.
We're easy to find and provide advice in lots of ways including over the phone and face to face ion lots of places in the community.
You can also find the help you need online via www.adviceguide.org.uk.
We provide general advice on consumer issues, debt & money advice, welfare benefits, employment, housing, family & personal matters, taxes, immigration & nationality, health, education, and discrimination issues related to any of these.
Who can access the services?
Please click the links above to see information for individual services
How can the services be accessed?
Please click the links above to see information for individual services, or check the map below for details on accessing our Outreach General Advice Services
More information about Hull & East Riding CAB can be found on www.hullandeastridingcab.org.uk
Information on a wide range of topics can be found at http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk
Volunteering or getting involved opportunities:
Citizens Advice Hull and East Riding
The Citizens Advice service is committed to valuing diversity and promoting equality. We encourage and welcome applications from all people, whatever their background. Citizens Advice Hull & East Riding offers a variety of voluntary roles, for example:
Administrator - There are many different administrative roles - we can match your skills and time availability to the needs of the service.
Gateway Assessor/Quick Adviser trained to quickly assess the next appropriate step for the client over the telephone or give quick advice face to face where appropriate.
Generalist Adviser - this involves interviewing clients face to face or over the telephone and giving options based on the issues they face. It may also include practical help such as letter writing, making phone calls and completing forms. Also prevent future problems by identifying issues which affect a lot of clients
Receptionist-. As a reception worker you will: greet clients and other visitors and perform other roles such as answering the telephone inputting data and scanning.
Research and Campaigner use evidence from our clients experience to lobby for by influencing local and national policy.
Trustee - Trustees have overall legal responsibility for a charity, ensuring that it is doing the job that it was established to do.
To find out more about volunteering please
call: 01482 324655
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brough & Elloughton - Community Centre
Thursday - Morning Appointments
Hessle - Hessle Centre
Monday - Morning Appointments
Pocklington - Wesley House
Tuesday - Morning Appointments
The Methodist Church
Withernsea - Shores Centre
Tuesday - All day Appointments