Our advice services are more in demand today than ever before, and as we move into the future that demand looks set to grow even further.
Any gift, however small, will help us. The support of people like you can help us make a difference.
What difference will my donation make?
Any contribution you make will allow us to improve the quality of life of more people in Salford. Our advice has a positive impact on the health and well-being of our clients, reducing stress and anxiety, preventing relationship breakdown, promoting employment and empowering people to make wider positive changes to their life.
We will be able to train more volunteers – through training and investment, our partnership with volunteers enables them to make a fantastic contribution to the service. In turn, through working in the environment, volunteers benefit from gaining new skills and personal development, as well as better wellbeing and community engagement
Every volunteer that trains to be an adviser means that we can help at least 5 more local people every week, over a year that’s over 200 more people helped with homelessness, resolving problems with poor quality homes for families with young children or helping families makes ends meet that are coping with zero hours contracts.
Coronavirus and using our services
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Citizens Advice Salford face to face advice services
All our face to face services are now closed to the public but we have instead allocated more staff to email and telephone advice.
Citizens Advice Salford Email and Telephone Advice
Our telephone service is open Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm or our email advice service can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These services provide the same level of support as our usual face to face services.
Other support available in Salford
Need help with shopping, getting medication or any other daily tasks?
Visit the Spirit of Salford page and request help online or call the helpline. You can also access Salford Assist for support with food and fuel this way.
How to be a Good Neighbour in Salford
With many older and more vulnerable people in our community self-isolating due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, lots of people have been stepping forward wanting to help, demonstrating the Spirit of Salford. Salford CVS have put together some tips for the best ways you can offer your support.