Welcome to Citizens Advice Devon

We are a consortium of seven local charities, all part of the national Citizens Advice service. We are committed to delivering consistent, quality advice and information to the people of Devon.

Quids for KidsThe Quids for Kids project has already helped hundreds of families with children who have additional needs, and we are now also in a position to help care leavers, young homeless people and foster parents.

Thanks to our specialist advisers, millions of pounds of unclaimed benefits are now helping families manage the extra financial demands they experience. In the 12 months to 31 March 2016 we achieved total financial gains for our clients of over £2,000,000. However, we know that many families in the circumstances we work with still do not claim the benefits they are entitled to.

If this is you, perhaps we can help. Find out more about Quids for Kids, or you can go directly to our referral form.


Devon Citizens Advice Bureau are delivery partners for Healthwatch Devon.  For further information about this project please go to Consultations and Engagement Activities page

Looking for advice?

Before seeking advice we recommend you check out the following advice quick links.  We can help with benefits, work, debt and money, consumer issues, relationships, housing, law and rights, discrimination, tax, healthcare, education and more.

Adviceline is now Devon-wide. Tel 03444 111 444

Drop in at our advice centres or outreaches, found across the county: East Devon, Exeter, Plymouth, South Hams, Teignbridge, Torbay, Torridge, North, Mid & West Devon.

 Devon Bureau gets the Royal Treatment

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David Incoll and Dennis Mardon, CAB Devon Chair and Treasurer meet Princess Anne, who has been patron of the Citizens Advice service since 1990, at the opening of the new Exeter bureau in February.