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Airdrie Citizens Advice Bureau

Contact details

Airdrie Citizens Advice Bureau
Resource Centre
14 Anderson Street
(From September 1st 2020, the bureau will RELOCATE to 61A Stirling Street, AIRDRIE, ML6 0AS)

Public phone: 01236 754 109


Website URL:

General information

Service offered: Advice & information on a range of issues, including benefits & welfare rights, consumer issues, employment & housing rights, legal issues, money & debt, health & community care, immigration, asylum & nationality, tax issues, travel, transport & holidays, utilities & communication. Offers 1-1 meetings. Can refer to specialist case workers or other agencies if required. Outreach services available.

Target group: General public.

Area served: Airdrie and surrounding villages.

How to contact: Drop in service, appointments, telephone (01236 754 109), email or write. Due to COVID-19, we have suspended face to face advice for the foreseeable future. News and updates can be found on


Monday: 09:30 to 3.30pm & 4.30pm to 7.30pm

Tuesday: 09:30 to 3.30pm

Wednesday: 09:30 to 3.30pm

Thursday: 09:30 to 3.30pm

Friday: 09:30 to 1pm

Weekends: Closed

Office Hours:


Wheelchair access: Yes - full

Accessible toilets: Yes

Access notes: Loop system. New premises - there are stairs to the main reception, however, there are also interview rooms adapted for disabilities are on the ground floor.

Other information

Languages other than English: French

Charity number: SCO12238

Year established: 1971

Staffing: 18 full time staff, 11 part time and 42 volunteers

Public transport: 200 metres from the train and bus stations.

Record last checked: 13 August 2020


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