Airdrie Citizens Advice Bureau
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: http://www.airdriecab.co.uk
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 www.airdriecab.co.uk
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
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.
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