Welcome To Citizens Advice Devon

We are a consortium of seven local Citizens Advice charities in Devon which provide free, confidential and impartial advice to help people find a way forward, whatever problems they face.

Citizens Advice Devon supports the Citizens Advice service across the county, and runs a number of Devon-wide projects.

Together, we help more than 34,000 people solve their problems each year everywhere from the cities of Plymouth & Exeter to the villages and the communities of rural Devon


Citizens Advice Devon provides Benefits and Money Advice training for local organisations.

Struggling with fuel costs this winter?

If you have a prepayment meter and are struggling with your household finances we can help.

A part of Devon County Council’s Household Support Fund, this scheme is open to anyone living in Devon with a prepayment meter who is struggling financially and finding it difficult to warm their homes. Read more or contact your local Citizens Advice .

Benefits and Money Advice Training from Citizens Advice Devon

*** Job Opportunity with Citizens Advice Devon: Business Development and Partnership Manager (Maternity Cover) ***

More details: cabdevon.org.uk/jobs 

Council support during COVID

 Devon’s district councils are providing various types of financial support for people on a low income or people whose income has reduced as a result of the pandemic. They are also running helplines for people who need urgent help with things like shopping or people who need support because they are lonely or isolated.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Due to the coronavirus situation, our local offices are currently unable to provide a face to face drop in service. If you need advice, please try our national website and webchat service first: citizensadvice.org.uk

The Citizens Advice service runs a number of Freephone helplines. For further details see: citizensadvice.org.uk/about-us/contact-us

You can also check your local Citizens Advice website for details of other ways to get help.

A Citizens Advice Devon project, the Quids for Kids project provides benefits information and advice for families with children who have additional needs or a disability, young people aged 16-21 who have special needs or disabilities, young homeless people, care leavers and foster carers. Find out more about Quids for Kids

Get Advice

During the current coronavirus crisis, we're available online and over the phone across the county.

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Action For Children

Advice For Users Of Children’s Centres In Devon

Action for Children LogoThis service provides advice for users of Children’s Centres in Devon. It can give families a free benefit check, help with claiming and guidance on financial management. It can also help parents understand how getting a job or changing the hours they work would affect their income and benefits. Find out more and how to access referrals

Access to Justice in Devon & Cornwall

The Access to Justice Devon and Cornwall Project offers free legal consultancy and support to people with family law issues, but who do not have a lawyer and are not entitled to legal aid. Find out more and how to access referrals

Support Us

Make a difference for your community!

As a charity, we welcome donations to help us keep giving free advice. You can also support us by volunteering or applying for a job with Citizens Advice in Devon.


Help Us To Keep Giving Advice For Free

Because of the support of people like you, we can continue to do the work we do and make a real difference to our clients.

All donations will be used to support local Citizens Advice services throughout Devon.

Research and Campaigns

Our advice work helps us identify policies and practices that cause people problems. Working with the national charity Citizens Advice we campaign for positive change and carry out research to get a better understanding of the problems people are experiencing. Find out more  


Citizens Advice Devon provides Benefits and Money Advice training for local organisations.