Worcester Citizens Advice Bureau & WHABAC is an independent service providing a free, confidential and impartial advice and support to everybody regardless of race, age, sex, disability, sexuality, nationality, ethnicity, religion and belief.
Worcester Citizens Advice Bureau & WHABAC merged on 1st April 2009 in order to provide a comprehensive advice and support service to our clients. We are based in two locations in Worcester at Lowesmoor and the Hopmarket. The service is also delivered from Outreach Centres.
We provide information/ advice on Debt, Benefits, Housing, Family, Employment, Public Law and many other general areas of advice. For information on these services please see the link on Our Services section.
Social Policy & Campaigns
Worcester Citizens Advice Bureau & WHABAC, in conjunction with other bureaux and the national association, campaigns towards improving the problems facing citizens in the UK.
At Worcester Citizens Advice Bureau & WHABAC we use the evidence collected from clients to identify policies and laws that cause an injustice to the community. We use this information to influence policy makers and campaign for change.
If you know of an issue where you think Worcester Citizens Advice Bureau & WHABAC should be taking action, or if you’re interested in volunteering to assist with social policy in the bureau contact us.
For more information about the national campaigns Citizens Advice Bureaux are involved in click here.
Download our Annual Report 2011 (PDF)
Phone: 0844 4111 303*
Fax: 01905 23354
*(Calls from BT landlines are charged at 5p per minute, calls from cable and other networks may be charged at a higher rate, calls from mobile phones will be directed to call an 0300 number which is charged at the network operators' standard rate)