How we can help
You can get help from us by telephone, email, webchat, online advice guide or face to face discussion, any enquiries can be dealt with quickly by email or telephone. If you think a face to face discussion would be better for you then just pop in - our average waiting time is only 5 minutes! Whichever way you choose to contact us, please bear in mind that we do not offer advice appointments until after your enquiry has been assessed by an assessor in person, by email or by telephone.
CAB telephone service is currently unavailable - This is due to relocation of the phone service.
Use our dedicated email contact form to get advice.
Complete our advice contact form
Webchat is a new way to access the advice you need and we will be launching this advice channel in the near future.
The Bureau is open for 'drop-in' personal callers during the following times :
Monday - Thursday: 9.30 am - 3.00 pm
Friday: 9.30 am - 12.00 noon (by appointment only 12.30pm - 3.00pm)
We operate a "Gateway Interview" process where you will initially have a short discussion with an assessor who will obtain basic details about your enquiry or problem.
Depending on the urgency and complexity of your enquiry you may be given an appointment to return at a later date, or be referred to a Bureau Specialist or another organisation better placed to help you ,or be dealt with at this first interview.
This process allows us to help more people who will have a shorter wait to see an assessor. Before coming to see us, please consider saving time and traveling costs by emailing. Most enquiries can be answered without a face to face interview. If you decide to visit us, you do not need an appointment to see an assessor and usually you will be seen quickly.
Our building is fully DDA compliant, In exceptional situations, for clients with mobility issues we may be able to consider a home visit.