If you are having problems with debt or living costs, it is important to ask for help as soon as possible.
Citizens Advice Bradford provides free, independent advice to people living in Bradford. You will need an appointment. You can get advice about:
- welfare benefits
Citizens Advice has a main office in the middle of Bradford. And there many other places for Citizens Advice help, for example in some GP surgeries, Children’s Centres and Community Centres.
There is also the Bradford Council website:
Here are some other places you can contact for free, independent support. Look at your postcode.
Christians Against Poverty and the CAP Bradford Central Debt Centre provides free debt advice and helps you create a plan to help you deal with money problems. You can make an appointment to see an adviser.
The Money Advice Service is a national website which includes advice on saving and borrowing money, how to budget (manage your money carefully) and welfare benefits. It also offers free advice over the phone or online chat.
It includes a useful search tool to find local debt advice services: