We offer a range of free advice services to help you find a way forward, whatever the problem.
Citizens Advice Sheffield offers free, impartial, confidential advice in the following areas:
• consumer rights
• debt (casework and representation)
• housing (casework and representation)
• welfare benefits and tax credits (casework and representation)
You can either ring Adviceline on 03444 113 111 or visit one of our sites for face to face advice.
Bawtry Road, 120-126 Bawtry Road, Tinsley S9 1UE - Thursday 9.30-1pm
Darnall Living Waters, 81 Main Road, Darnall S9 5HL - Wednesday 10-1pm
Deaf Advice Team, The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane S1 4FW - Monday and Wednesday 10-2pm. *This service is for deaf/hearing impaired people and their families living in Sheffield only.
Duke Street, 207 Duke Street S2 5QP - Friday 9.30-4pm
Firvale Centre, Earl Marshall Road, S4 8LA - Tuesday 9-1pm
Hanover Medical Centre, 100 William Street S10 2EB - Wednesdays 1.30-3.30pm
London Road, 416-418 London Road S2 4ND - Monday 9.30-4pm
Manor Library, Ridgeway Road S12 2SS - Thursday 10-1pm
PACES Campus, Pack Horse Lane, High Green S35 3HY - Mondays 9.30-11.30am
Proctor Place, Hillsborough S6 4HF - Tuesdays 9.30-1pm
Spital Hill, 28-30 Spital Hill, S4 7LG - Tuesdays 9.30-4pm
Stocksbridge, The Library, Manchester Road Stocksbridge S36 1DH - Thursdays 10-1pm
Stubbin Lane, 9 Stubbin Lane, Firth Park S5 6QG - Wednesdays 9.30-4pm
Totley Rise Methodist Church, Grove Road, S17 4DJ - Tuesdays 10-12 noon
Woodhouse, 5 Chapel Street S13 7JN - Thursdays 9.30-4pm
Wordsworth Avenue, 522-524 Wordsworth Avenue S5 9JG - Tuesdays 10-1pm
Citizens Advice Sheffield is a city-wide service made up of merged advice centres across Sheffield. It is an integrated service offered at various sites throughout Sheffield. There is no restriction on area, you can visit any Citizens Advice site in Sheffield.