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We are Supporting Scam Awareness Month!

On 27th July we met with MP Margot James, Minister at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy along with local Councillors and Trading Standards to discuss what we can do to address increasing scams against citizens of Dudley Borough who are often vulnerable and at risk of financial abuse. We shared experiences of […]

Bishop of Dudley finds out how we support people in poverty

On 11th July, The Rt Revd Graham Usher, Bishop of Dudley attended two of our services as he was keen to understand more about Poverty within the Borough and services supporting residents in need. In the morning, he visited Sue Potter, Team Leader at our Brierley Hill service to learn more about Welfare Benefits and […]

Two External Accreditations Achieved!

On 22nd June, an external audit took place in our organisation by National Citizens Advice as part of our commitment to quality based on our Performance Quality Framework. This framework has 9 key areas ranging from how we are organised and managed, through to quality of staff, advice, financial sustainability and most importantly, how clients […]

New Macmillan Service

Welcome to a new Macmillan Service! From the 3rd July 2017 Macmillan Cancer Support and Citizens Advice Dudley Borough have come together to create the Macmillan Benefits Advice Service for Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall. It’s a service for people affected by cancer in Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall who are struggling to cope with the financial […]

2nd Annual Dudley South Pensioners Fair

The 2nd Annual Dudley South Pensioners Fair held at Wordsley Green Community Centre in May 2017 was a chance for Citizens Advice Dudley Borough to reach a part of the community in a different way. This event enabled us to get to know more about the people from the local area, whilst offering guidance and […]