Here at the Citizens Advice Dacorum our advice service is free, confidential and open to everyone who lives or works in Dacorum. Our staff are trained to advise on virtually any issue, including; debt, benefits, housing, legal, discrimination, employment, immigration, consumer and other problems.
Our advice is available to everyone regardless of race, gender, sexuality, age, nationality, disability or religion.
We won't tell you what to do but we will arm you with all the facts and possible outcomes of different options. That way you can make the decision that's right for you. If needed, we can also offer practical support, such as help with filling in forms, writing letters or negotiating with third parties.
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Who We Are
There are 382 Citizens Advice Bureaux across England and Wales, all of which are members of Citizens Advice.
Together, we are the Citizens Advice service, and we help people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free, independent and confidential advice, and by influencing policymakers.
Citizens Advice Dacorum provides free, confidential, independent and impartial advice to the people of Berkhamsted, Hemel Hempstead, Tring and the surrounding areas.
We provide advice by phone and face to face, at our offices in Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead, with the aim of helping people resolve whatever problems they face. Most of our advice is provided by a team of 40 trained volunteers supported by specialist staff.
Last year we helped thousands of individuals in Dacorum deal with over 19,000 separate problems on issues including: debt, benefits, employment, consumer rights, housing, immigration, discrimination and legal matters.
We are a registered charity and a member of the National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux who provide information, training and operational support to enable us to provide advice of the very highest quality.
Our service means that people in Dacorum always have somewhere to turn in times of crisis, but the economic climate and the unprecedented changes to the welfare system mean unmet demand for our service is growing. We are always looking for new volunteers including advisers, trustees and administrators to help us meet that demand.