Citizens Advice Epping Forest District
We provide free, confidential and impartial advice and campaign on big issues affecting people’s lives.
Our goal is to help everyone find a way forward, whatever problem they face.
We’re an independent charity and part of the Citizens Advice network across England and Wales.
How we can help you
From the 1st April we will be moving to a phone first service.
Step 1. Phone 0300 330 2107 between 9.30am and 2.30pm on Mondays to Fridays to speak to an adviser. (note that between 2.30pm -4pm you can leave a message and an adviser will call you back as soon as possible)
Step 2. You will have an initial assessment on the phone and will be given an appointment with us if you need additional face-to-face assistance.
We do not run drop-in sessions.
In addition to our General Advice service we offer a specialist Debt Advice, Employment Advice and a Solicitors Rota offering Free advice on Family and Housing law.
We deliver advice in the community through a number of outreach sites. Click the link below for more info
Epping Forest District Citizens Advice has three offices in each of the major towns of the District. Epping, Loughton and Waltham Abbey. Our first office opened in Epping in 1951 by the Women’s Voluntary Service. The Loughton office then followed in 1972 by Rev’d Vine of St Mary’s Church and later Waltham Abbey office was opened in 1979 by the Waltham Abbey Town Council. In 2008 all 3 offices merged into one District Office but retained their presence in the 3 towns.
Your generosity makes our work possible. Whether you contribute financially or as advocate for good.
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We use our clients’ experience, stories and evidence to research and campaign for positive change locally and nationally