Teignbridge Citizens Advice Bureau is an independent local charity that provides free, impartial and confidential advice and information on a range of issues. We can help with most everyday problems including entitlement to benefits, employment, housing and debt. Teignbridge CAB is a member of Citizens Advice. The majority of our staff are volunteers and the service is dependent on grants and donations.
At the end of the third year of our Big Lottery Funded MS project, we have reviewed the impact of Welfare Reform on people with MS. We welcome your comments to email@example.com
Our thanks to Anne Marie Morris MP for chairing our fourth social policy event. 85 people from a wide range of organisations attended and expressed considerable concern about how welfare reform is affecting people with disabilities or long term health conditions. Our thanks also to our speakers Laura Wetherly from the MS Society, Beth Grossman SCOPE, Sue Rook, Devon County Council, Sally Crozier from Teiginbridge CAB and Beth Jaynes. You can view their speaker notes online. You can also view the full research report “Proving the Value of Advice in Devon”
If you would like to comment on these issues please email firstname.lastname@example.org
With our partners in Advice Teignbridge we are now offering online advice. The service guides you to useful online information and if this does not address you inquiry, you can provide more details and one of our advisers will contact you. To use this service click here or click on Get Online Advice from the menu.
www.adviceteignbridge.org.uk is a new website which enables you to research your enquiry based on a series of questions. If this does not help you can also complete an online enquiry form and your enquiry will be dealt with by one of the main Advice Teignbridge Partners.
We are offering a low cost IT Support Service to voluntary and community groups and also delivering low cost commercial IT Support. Funded by the Big Lottery Fund, we are trying to make this service self financing by July 2015 so that we can continue to support the voluntary sector into the future. See advert below.
“Phoned Ian yesterday afternoon (phone number from your flyer) with a printer problem. Arrived 9.30 this morning, fixed it. Excellent service”.
Adviceline is operated by bureaux across Devon and is open every weekday from 9.30am to 4.00pm. Calls cost the same as phoning 01 and 02 numbers. When you call, it’s a good idea to have something to take notes with, and any paperwork that relates to what you’re calling about. The person you speak to will take some details and ask you a few questions to see how we can best help you.