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Citizens Advice Teignbridge

Citizens Advice Teignbridge

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We provide free, confidential and impartial advice. Our goal is to help you find a way forward, whatever problem you face, and to campaign for change on the issues affecting people's lives.

We’re an independent charity and part of the Citizens Advice network. Most of our 100-strong team are trained volunteers, and we are supported by local councils, a variety of specialist funders, and the general public. We serve a population of 130,000 across Teignbridge and handle thousands of enquiries each year.

Need advice?

We're available online, over the phone and face to face. Phone Adviceline on 03444 111444, Email Us, or you can drop in and see us at:

  • Newton Abbot
  • Teignmouth
  • Dawlish

Locations and opening times

Volunteer with us

Join us and make a difference for your community!

We’re always looking for new people, whether as advisers or in all sorts of other roles. Training is provided and it's a great way to develop your skills.

Find out more

Campaigns

We use our clients’ experience, stories and evidence to research and campaign for positive change locally and nationally.

Support our national campaigns

Support us

We rely on the support of people like you to help us make a difference for our clients. Four in ten people in the UK have used the services of Citizens Advice at some point in their lives.

A donation of any amount will help ensure we're here for you when you need us.

You can give to us through card via BT MyDonate or at our offices, cheques payable to "Citizens Advice Teignbridge".

Work with us – Advice Support: Supervision and Mentoring

We are looking for an experienced supervisor and mentor to provide additional support to our adviser and assessor teams and contribute to the monitoring and improvement of the quality of advice and customer service.

Further details

Notice of Annual General Meeting 2018

The Annual General Meeting for Citizens Advice Teignbridge will be held on

Thursday 22 November 2018 at 10:00am

at

Newton Abbot Public Library
Market Street, TQ12 2RJ

Register your interest