Canterbury District Citizens Advice Bureau has offices in Canterbury and Herne Bay. We also offer an outreach service in Whitstable.
Drop in sessions are held at Canterbury and Herne Bay where short assessment interviews are given. If needed, follow up appointments with a generalist adviser are made.
The District also offers a telephone advice line. Assessment and full interviews at our outreaches are by appointment, arranged via our Herne Bay office.
Macmillan has gone into partnership with Citizens Advice Bureaux to provide a Welfare Benefits Advice Service to clients affected by cancer and their families. See our Macmillian benefits leaflet [ 140 KB]
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