What does it do?
The Citizens Advice service offers information and advice through face-to-face, phone and email services, and online via
We can provide clients information on their rights, responsibilities and options on many different issues;
- Consumer issues
- Family and Relationships
- and many others
Who it is for: Bournemouth Citizens Advice Bureau provides a free, impartial and confidential service to everyone.
Where it is available:Local service covering: Bournemouth (Dorset).
What it costs:The service is free.
How to access or apply for it:
Call into the office, email or telephone for free, impartial and confidential advice.
Additional information:We offer face to face assessments with a gateway assesor in the Town Hall working from 9am for 9.30am to 2.30pm Monday to Friday And 10am-12pm Mondays at West Howe Library. We have specialist debt advisors and also have presence at Bournemouth County Court on alternating Tuesdays, offering advice and representation to those facing eviction and home repossessions.
Legal & financial, Moving home, Casework, advocacy & support, Information & options appraisal, Financial advice (benefits), Legal advice, Housing options, Advocacy, Information, Signposting / gateway service, Grants
Info last updated:07/04/2011.
|About the service provider:|
Bournemouth Citizens Advice Bureau: The West Wing, Town Hall, Bourne Avenue, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 6DX. (view on map)
Telephone: 08444 111444
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|Parent organisation:||Citizens Advice|
|Who are they?||The Citizens Advice Bureau Service offers free, confidential, impartial and independent advice to solve problems, including debt and consumer issues, benefits, housing, legal matters, employment and immigration. Advisers can help fill out forms, write le||