CITIZENS ADVICE IN WORCESTER HAS SUSPENDED ITS DROP-IN SERVICE DUE TO CONCERNS FOR CLIENTS OVER CORONAVIRUS.
Citizens Advice in Worcester has suspended its drop-in service due to concerns for clients over coronavirus.
The office in the Hopmarket has made the decision to close its front door until further notice but will still be operating a telephone service for people seeking advice on a variety of issues ranging from employment and benefits to housing and legal issues.
Citizens Advice services are available from the following:
Call Worcestershire Adviceline – telephone: 03444 111 303
Text on 0786 00 77 311 stating (i) your name (ii) your postcode (iii) the type of advice needed (for example DEBT, HOUSING or BENEFITS). We will then call you back on your mobile phone.
Online at firstname.lastname@example.org for initial contact by email.
You can also get information and advice from the national website: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/