A dedicated professional team

Citizens Advice has a proud history of advice provision dating back to 1939. At Middlesbrough Citizens Advice we continue to build on this history and provide a first class advice service to the people of Middlesbrough.

Find out who we are

Local Advice Hubs

We have installed 4, state of the art information Kiosks, at convenient locations around Middlesbrough. The kiosks are accessible daily, and allow you to receive vital information on issues surrounding debt, benefits, housing and more.

Find your local advice Kiosk

Volunteering with us

Our volunteers come from all kinds of backgrounds and help in all sorts of ways. You could become an adviser, receptionist, admin assistant or you may have a particular talent you would like to share, please get in touch.

Middlesbrough Citizens Advice has vacancies in a number of volunteering roles from CAB Advisers to Administrators! You can read more about the current volunteering opportunities on offer.

Find out more on volunteering

Recent news and updates

Added on 23-01-2017

Do you want to gain new skills, increase your knowledge and help others?

Then Volunteer for us!

We are recruiting adviser and telephone assessors. We provide training and pay travel expenses. We want people who can commit to 8 hours per week over 2 days and who enjoy helping others.

Interested? Then why not download & fill out our Volunteer Application Form

Alternatively you can contact us via our website.

Please see below download information & guidance for this volunteering role.

Web Chat Guidance

New Advisor Form

 

 

Added on 22-12-2016

33 projects across England that aim to boost skills and support people into employment and training have been awarded close to £93 million by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund.

 See the full list of awards made

Added on 22-12-2016

Step Forward Tees Valley supports local people to overcome the complex reasons preventing them from finding work. These barriers could include physical or mental ill-health, a lack of self-confidence, a gap in skills, a conviction, or an addiction.

The project helps people to build on their strengths and aspirations, using the skills and expertise of partners and local employers to achieve their goals. The project is committed to making a real and lasting change in Tees Valley.

Over three years, Step Forward Tees Valley will work with 2,500 people across Tees Valley by supporting them to take advantage of existing voluntary or employment possibilities, as well as working with local employers to create new opportunities.

Step Forward Tees Valley is joint-funded by the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund, as part of their investment in local projects that tackle the root causes of poverty and promote social inclusion.

Find out more at www.sfteesvalley.co.uk We are also on twitter @sfteesvalley and on Facebook /stepforwardteesvalley – please like us and share our latest news.