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Citizens Advice drop-in service

Please note that due to health concerns relating to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), our drop in services are currently unavailable.

We're still offering information and advice via:

  • Telephone (0300 3309 077) - you may be asked to leave your name and number during busy periods.
  • Email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.),
  • Web chat, or
  • Complete the contact form on our website.

We'll attempt to make contact on 3 occasions via your preferred channel. Please note that telephones will display an unknown caller when we call. If you have email remember to check your spam folder if you haven't heard from us.

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How to get help

If you wish to seek advice by email, please use our contact form as it will allow us to help you more quickly.

For advice over the phone, you can call our Adviceline on 0300 3309 077. More info on this page.

If you're thinking of dropping in, please see our drop-ins page for opening times at our offices and outreaches.

Make a difference

Citizens Advice Wigan Borough is a charity that provides a vital service for thousands of people living across Wigan and Leigh. But to do so, we need YOU to help us support your community by volunteering with us.

So join us today and make a difference to hundreds of peoples' lives -- and your own.

View more information about volunteering

Get in touch
Call: 01942 709 709
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What to expect when visiting us

  • A welcoming reception
  • An understanding approach and sufficient time to attend to your case
  • A free service that is confidential, impartial, and non-judgemental
  • A service that is available to all regardless of class, race, gender, sexual identity, culture or income
  • Information that is accurate, unbiased and presented inĀ  a clear manner
  • Provision of written notes, booklets or Information System printouts where appropriate
  • Assistance in planning future action where necessary
  • Effective referral of cases to other organisations when appropriate
  • Effective application of the complaints procedure, if invoked

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