We provide information and advice on any issue and deliver a number of specialist services in issues such as debt, benefits and employment – you may be facing a crisis, or just considering your options.
To get advice, you can visit our office, telephone or fill in our online advice enquiry form. Select a location or type of advice you need for more details.
Funded by Macmillan Cancer Support, we offer a free, confidential advice to people living with cancer, their carers and relatives. We can advise on a range of issues including benefit entitlement, help with claims and Macmillan grants.
We are one of 50 Pension Wise delivery centres providing face to face guidance across 500 locations in England and Wales which will help people to make sense of their pension choices.
Money & Debt Advice
We have a number of funded projects to provide information, advice or casework for people who are experience difficulties managing their money or dealing with debt.
MS Access to Advice
Funded by the Taunton MS Society group, this advice service exists to ensure that anyone affected by Multiple Sclerosis can easily access advice about any topic area including: benefits, debt, housing, employment, family, consumer, discrimination and more.
Universal Credit: Help to Claim
Help to Claim is a dedicated service from Citizens Advice. It’s free, independent and confidential. We can help you make a new claim for Universal Credit. You can get advice online, via web chat or call us on 0800 144 8444 Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm.
Litigants in Person
Funded by the Lloyds Bank Foundation, the Litigants in Person service exists to help people who have experienced domestic abuse but are not able to get Legal Aid, to secure the court orders they need to provide protection for themselves and their children or to obtain financial orders.
Open Mental Health
Open Mental Health is a Somerset alliance of local voluntary organisations and the NHS. We are working in partnership to ensure that adults in Somerset get the support they need, when they need it. Our shared ambition is to ensure that people living with mental health problems get the right support at the right time.
We are members of a multi-disciplinary team who support those in the deprived areas of Taunton, and Wellington. Debt and money advice is provided to clients as casework, and clients can also drop in at outreaches in Halcon, Priorswood and Wellington.
Homelessness Reduction Debt Help
Funded by SWTC this service aims to help those threatened with homelessness or already homeless who have financial difficulties. Debt advice, budgeting skills and assistance in raising income is provided.