Citizens Advice Elmbridge (West)

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Citizens Advice Elmbridge (West)

About Citizens Advice Elmbridge (West)

The Citizens Advice service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. It values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination.

The service aims to provide the advice people need for the problems they face, and to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives.

Citizens Advice Elmbridge (West)

What we do for you…

When you first contact us our adviser will give you a brief initial assessment so we can review your problem. We will then decide on a course of action to help you with your problem which may involve making an appointment for you.

How we help…

Our Advisers will research your options and look at the possible outcomes of different courses of action. They will not tell you what to do but help you to make your own decisions based on the information they are able to give you. All our advice is tailored to individual need and client focused. Our staff are trained to advise on many topics including:

  • Debt
  • Welfare Benefits
  • Housing
  • Employment
  • Family and personal matters
  • Taxes
  • Consumer
  • Immigration and nationality
  • Our Advisers use up to date information so that you receive the most appropriate advice.
Help and advice for your problems from Citizens Advice Elmbridge - Outreach in Weybridge and Hersham

Appointments

Our appointments last approximately 45 minutes. We recognise that unforeseen circumstances sometimes mean that clients are late or miss their appointment. Please let us know if you cannot make your appointment so we can offer it to someone else.

Older Peoples Advisory Service, Weybridge

Visit our Older Peoples Advisory Service page for more information

Our Impact

We help to:

  • Reduce levels of “social exclusion” and child poverty through increasing peoples incomes, their confidence and their ability to manage their own financial affairs.
  • Reduce levels of anxiety, stress, depression and associated ill-health through helping people to resolve problems relating to low income, debt, employment, housing and relationships.
  • Reduce homelessness and improve housing conditions through intervention in disputes between landlords and tenants and helping clients to manage housing debt and access improvement grants.
  • Provide redress for clients who have experienced discrimination. improve levels of financial literacy by helping clients to learn to budget.
  • Reduce the number of people entering the court system (and so incurring further debt) by negotiating between clients and creditors
    improve levels of financial literacy by helping clients to learn to budget.
  • Support older people and those with long term illnesses and disabilities to access welfare benefits and community care advice
    support young people through advice and information on rights and responsibilities
  • Support local infrastructure through provision of a community service and volunteering opportunity and contribute to national and local planning and policy making processes through the provision of evidence collected in the course of our work.

Emegency Assistance

Are you struggling to feed yourself or your family, need emergency clothing, transport or essential household items?

You may be eligible for support from Surrey County Council’s Local Assistance Scheme. This scheme provides discretionary payments to those who have nowhere else to turn in an emergency or after a disaster.

We can assess your situation to see if you meet the criteria for a payment from this fund. If you need help, please contact us on 0300 330 1179 or visit us at your local Advice Centre.

For more information, about the scheme, please visit www.surreycc.gov.uk/localassistancescheme

Citizens Advice Elmbridge can help you - Outreach in Weybridge and Hersham

Affected by Domestic Abuse?

For the detailed page, click on the following link: North Surrey Domestic Abuse Service.

If your enquiry is about domestic abuse, please call 01932 260690 between 9.30 and 4.30 Monday to Fridays.

You can leave a message or email nsdvoutreach.waltoncab@cabnet.org.uk. There is a Surrey Domestic Abuse 24 hour helpline: 01483 776822.

In an emergency always dial 999. More information about our Domestic Abuse Services is available at www.nsdas.org.uk and www.surreyagainstda.info

Further information on Relationships, including Domestic Abuse, is also available on the Adviceguide website.

Another source of help for Domestic Abuse is Your Sanctuary, a local charity that provides a range of services which offer emotional and practical support to people and their children who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse.

North Surrey Domestic Abuse Service

Covering the boroughs of Elmbridge, Epsom, Ewell & Spelthorne
Citizens Advice Elmbridge also provides Domestic Abuse help

Outreach Service Locations

Hersham Centre for the Community
Queens Road
Hersham
Surrey
KR12 4AB

Wednesday: 10:00 – 12:00

Weybridge Centre for the Community
Off Churchfield Road
Weybridge
Surrey
KT13 8DB

Thursday: 10:00 – 12:00

More information about Weybridge Centre for the Community

Walton Centre for the Community
Manor Road
Walton on Thames
Surrey
KT12 2PB

First Tuesday each month: 10:00 – 12:00

Older Peoples Advisory Service Weybridge

Weybridge Centre for the Community
Off Churchfield Road
Weybridge
Surrey
KT13 8DB

Monday and Friday: 09:30 – 12:00

See page for more information

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