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Citizen's Advice Bureau

Citizens Advice Bureau

Te Pokapu Whakahoki Patai mai i te Iwi Whanui
State Insurance Building
124a Bright Street, Gisborne 4010 NZ

Bureau Telephone: 

(06) 867 2606 

 

Gisborne Citizens Advice Bureau committee elected at its annual meeting are 
Jean Poole, Ali Gibson,
chairperson Robyn Stuart-Kohn, secretary Trudi Roe,
treasurer Joan Wilson and Mary Ann De Kort and Kim Harvie.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

CAB: Citizens Advice Bureau
Are currently seeking volunteers to be trained as advisors...

For further info. please call into the bureau or telephone!

Ground floor for ease of access... 

Citizens Advice Bureau

Hours:
Mon. - Fri.  9.30am - 4pm
Email: gisborne@cab.org.nz 

The service provides free to all individuals an impartial and confidential service of information, guidance and support, and makes responsible use of the experience so gained.

FREE Legal Clinic: 2nd Week of the Month

Bookings essential - ph 06 867 2606 if you would like an appointment with one of our voluntary Lawyers.

 

 

 

 CAB: Citizens Advice Bureau 

 

 

 

 

Your Citizens Advice Bureau can help you with information on:

* Consumer rights
* Education and training
* Work and employment
* Income support and benefits
* Budgeting, finance and tax
* Health and counselling
* Legal advice, disputes and human rights
* Housing and tenancy
* Personal, family and community issues
* Immigration
* Hobbies, sports and social activities
* and many other issues
* Free Legal advice - by appointment!

Everyone needs information sometimes:

We're all tenants or householders, taxpayers, consumers, parents... and problems come at us every day from all directions.

When you need information or advice, ask your local Citizens Advice Bureau.

It's confidential and it's free.

We help put you in touch with services you need, help you find answers to difficult questions and work with you to sort out problems.

Your local Citizens Advice Bureau has up-to-date local, regional and national information about your rights, government policies and community services.

We're part of a nationwide Citizens Advice Bureau network that provides the latest information available.

Citizens Advice Bureau workers are volunteers specially trained to listen to you and provide the information or advice you need.

The type of issues you bring to us are noted. Through our national asssociation we take up particular concerns with government and other organisations.

Each year CAB's collective network answer over half a million enquiries.

That's why we're needed. That's why we're here.