Drop in Closed
Our Drop in is closed on Friday 15th February 2019 due to training and office renovation. We will reopen on Monday 18th February 2019. Due to staff numbers and as we are closed on Friday 19th February, Monday 18th February this day will be extremely busy and the waiting time may be very long. It may be best to attend our service another day next week, as the waiting times will likely be shorter
What We Do
Coventry Citizens Advice is here to make society fairer. We do that one person at a time, helping people solve their individual problems and build resilience for the future. Last year we supported over 20,000 people online, over the phone and face to face providing free, impartial, independent and confidential advice. We are one of the few remaining agencies with an "Open Door" service in the city Centre.
We need your help
Out of 22 national charities, the Citizens Advice service is ranked by the general public as being the most helpful, approachable, professional, informative, effective/cost effective, reputable and accountable. Funding is reducing, whilst the demand for our services is increasing and we need your help to continue supporting the people of Coventry. Every £1 invested generates £11 benefit to the client. Find out about supporting our work below.
What people say
Just thank you for helping me to get gas installed so we could have a gas fire fitted this is a big help as we had an open fire and at 86 years of age we struggled to keep it going
I have gained financially from your help in reducing the cost of my water bill, & I am grateful for the advice I have been given about the help I can access in the future.
Volunteering increased my life chances and provides opportunities to enable me to make a difference and change lives.
Without your help I couldn’t think about my future without crying, thank you
Volunteering allowed me to get a qualification, and get confident enough to get a job
Volunteers helping to run our advice service
Coventry people helped each year
Energy bill savings generated
Families helped through our ChYPP project