South Liverpool Citizens Advice Bureau

South Liverpool Citizens Advice Bureau

Charity information

South Liverpool Citizens Advice Bureau

South Liverpool Citizens Advice (SLCA) was established in 1939. It operates across South Liverpool and the surrounding areas which have some of the highest levels of social and economic deprivation in the UK. The bureau's aims are underpinned by four basic principles that the service is free, confidential, impartial and independent.

Founded 1939

  • Mission statement

    SLCA is works towards alleviating the poverty, injustice and inequality which exist within our local and wider community through the development and implementation of an effective, accessible and quality independent advice services. SLCA has developed particular expertise in welfare, debt, health partnerships and health related advice fields. SLCA is committed to creating an environment that offers equality of opportunity and access to all its clients, staff and volunteers. South Liverpool Citizens Advice continues to operate from its two main sites at Garston and Toxteth as well as a number of community and health settings across the city. The South Liverpool CAB have had a very busy year tackling the challenges brought about by the ongoing changes to welfare benefits and the reduction in access to legal aid and justice services. There is continuous training and research that is undertaken to ensure that our clients are receiving the best and most up to date advice and information in a confidential, impartial and independent manner in keeping with the aims and objectives of the charity. We continue to provide both a generalist and specialist advice service on a wide range of legal issues. The bureau has a proven track record of providing high quality advice and in the past twelve months developed additional services for the local community.

  • Aims

    South Liverpool Citizens Advice Bureau aims to:

    • advancement of education, the protection of health and the relief of poverty, sickness and distress.
    • working towards alleviating the poverty, injustice and inequality which exist within our local and wider community through the development and implementation of an effective, accessible and quality in
  • Overview

    Established: September 1939

    Registered Charity Number: 1088400

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 16

    Part time staff: 13

    Volunteers: 67

    Phone number: 0151 427 5304

    Address: Garston Community House, 2 Speke Road L19 2PA

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