Free services available to those who find themselves in difficulty.
This evening saw the Annual Town Assembly happen – and as per usual, grants were given, as were thanks:
Representatives from organisations will give a short presentation regarding how they will use their grant allocation made from this year’s Town Council budget.
• Citizen’s Advice East Devon—Tim Bridger
CAB East Devon is particularly active:
Our dedicated team of 70 staff and volunteers offer a range of advice services ensuring the 140,000 residents of East Devon can contact us for advice and guidance.
Citizens Advice East Devon – Citizens Advice East Devon
It is clearly very welcome too:
We can help your employment journey! If it’s confidence you need, or perhaps changing career we have the support here for you.
Citizens Advice East Devon | Facebook
As its CEO Tim Bridger said in the middle of last year:
“Being able to talk things over with a trained advisor and understand what needs to be done and how it can be done is a huge boost.”
Many of the enquiries Citizens Advice are receiving locally relate to accessing food supplies, benefit applications, debt advice, information on job security, and finding a way through the maze of information and help available from government and local organisations.
Citizens Advice East Devon: local help during coronavirus crisis | Sidmouth Herald
And there are regular news pieces showcasing the important across-the-board services CAB offers:
Difficulties are all around us, and are there to be overcome!
Anthony Bernard: Citizens Advice is there to help | Exmouth Journal
Families hit by the Covid-19 pandemic could be in line for help with their fuel bills, thanks to a new scheme launched through Citizens Advice Devon… money from the Covid Winter Grant would be available to families in need due to changing financial circumstances
Citizens Advice help for families affected by Covid-19 | Exmouth Journal
With our current world ever changing and our clients’ needs altering, significantly around employment and redundancy, Citizens Advice East Devon are keen to raise awareness of the free services available to those who find themselves in difficulty.
For more information ring East Devon Citizens Advice on 01395 265 070 or Adviceline on 03444 111 444. Alternatively, text: 82727, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.citizensadviceeastdevon.org
East Devon Citizens Advice on employment and redundancy | Exmouth Journal