Welcome to Bristol Citizens Advice Bureau
If you still need information or advice, you can attend a ‘drop-in’ at our Bristol Advice Point. A gateway assessment is a short interview that explores your enquiry and assesses what your advice needs are. The assessment may conclude that you require specialist advice, another agency is better suited to help you, or you need assisted self help.
There are a number of options for accessing our service:
We have a number of projects and services including:
Macmillan Project - Benefits Advice for clients diagnosed with cancer
Face-to-face - Debt advice for clients on low incomes
Royal British Legion - Benefit and Debt advice for Service and ex-Service personnel and their families
Southmead - Drop-in advice service at Southmead Community Centre
GP Outreach - Benefits advice at Charlotte Keel, William Budd and Hartcliffe Health Centres
Good Tenants Scheme - housing and money advice to prevent homelesness
St. Monica Trust - Welfare benefits advice to St Monica Trust residents
Immigration drop-in - Albany Solicitors provide free immigration advice at the Bristol Advice Point every Wednesday, 2pm to 4:30pm
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