From advice and information on everyday topics to detailed support and specialist topics, we can help. Here in Glasgow – Drumchapel Citizens Advice Bureau, our expert advisers can provide expert advice on: Our consultancy service must always meet the high national standards set by Citizens Advice Scotland. Our staff and volunteers receive extensive training and have access to a multitude of resources to provide you with the highest quality and up-to-date advice on a range of topics. At Glasgow – Drumchapel Citizens Advice Bureau you will receive professional service every time. Provides free and confidential advice and representation on a range of financial, debt and social rights advice. We also provide independent advocacy for children and young people aged 5-18 in West Glasgow and independent advocacy for adults residing in the G15 region. The centre helps people with debt and benefit problems and provides advice and representation on money and social rights. Get advice on mortgage issues, private sector rentals or complaints about your neighbours. We provide both advice and assistance with all applications, including social assistance, financial advice, debt, utilities, budgeting, housing, etc. Glasgow – Drumchapel Citizens Advice Bureau is a local and independent charity that provides free, unbiased and confidential advice and information to provide you with the tools you need to resolve any issue or problem.
We are at the heart of the community, supporting people living and working from G1 to G15 and offering a variety of services including: We provide free, impartial and confidential individual advice and assistance regarding debts, benefits and representation in performance complaints. Discuss how to better manage your debt or seek advice from our qualified specialists. A child rights project that provides supportive counselling and assistance to children aged 5 to 18 Call to make an appointment or drop by on Wednesday 09:30-13:00 DMAC offers free and confidential one-on-one appointments at various locations. We organize a weekly drop-in at our main office (Ladyloan Place) on Wednesdays between 9:30am and 1pm. We can also offer appointments at our various local clinics: – Argyle Advice (Glasgow West Housing Association) – Drumchapel Citizen`s Advice Bureau – Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre – Three Eyes Project – Whiteinch Community Centre – Yoker Housing Association – Yoker Resource Group Contact us on 0141 944 0507 to make an appointment. If you would like to give back to the local community and gain excellent skills in the process, enquire about volunteer opportunities with Glasgow – Drumchapel Citizens Advice Bureau. Glasgow – The Drumchapel Citizens Advice Bureau is a member of Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS). CAS supports our office by providing management and fundraising expertise as well as resources such as IT, tools and training.
Citizens Advice Scotland is dedicated to empowering local communities and promoting change where it is needed most. Access support for a variety of family issues, from child support to the end of a relationship. Carry out anti-poverty work for residents and local community groups in the West Glasgow area and ensure citizen and crisis representation. DMAC is a voluntary organization that includes the Drumchapel Children`s Rights Project and the Drumchapel Advocacy Project. Funded by Glasgow City Council Transition Fund. Benefit Calls Benefits and Tax Credits Budgeting Advice Tax advice on debt/money Housing allowance Housing information and advice Art of service: Advocacy (general), Family support and information services. Find out how to make a healthcare complaint, understand your patients` rights in the NHS or discuss private healthcare. Disabled accessWalk-in service availableHome visitsInterpretation / Other languages spokenLunch openingTelephone advice Immigration problems can be serious and urgent. You can contact our consultants for assistance.
Also Evening Clinic at Whiteinch Community Centre Monday 16:30 – 18:30 Tell us about problems with your services or learn about tax credits and child support. Phone: 0141 944 0507 Website: www.dmac.btck.co.uk E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 0141 944 5504. Currently, our premises are still closed to the public, but our financial advice, advocacy and children`s rights team is available by phone and email. Please call us on 0141 944 0507, email@example.com an email or email us via our Facebook page and our dedicated staff will do everything possible to help you. We will monitor this ever-changing situation and keep you informed of any developments. Thank you at this point for your patience and understanding and please stay safe. The Drumchapel Advocacy Project has been providing general support to the G15 community since May 1. Legal services in the offices of the DMAC by the Agence des services juridiques every Thursday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. By appointment only, call 0141 944 0507. 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. Every Thursday from 2pm to 4pm (residents of the Yoker Housing Association) We help you resolve all kinds of workplace issues, including discrimination or dismissal.
Currently, all employees are still working remotely. We are always here to help you by phone and email. Contact us on 0141 944 0507 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Outside opening hours in DCAB 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month 9h30 – 11h30 and 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month 5pm – 7pm An independent generic advocacy project operating in West Glasgow. Works with children. We can help you with complaints about defective goods or poor service. Addressed to: Adult, Adult sibling, Parent/guardian of a child, Parent/guardian of an adult, Partner, Volunteer Talk to us for advice on a variety of legal issues, from legal aid and human rights to civil court proceedings. Are you a young person under the age of 18 living in Glasgow West? For more information about one of our projects, please contact us. Ask for a quote from professionals nearby. First, select a category below. Are you over 18 and need help speaking for yourself? We have an advocacy project that helps adults in crisis.
Location: KCEDG Shopping Centre, Ladyloan Place, Drumchapel, G15 8LB.