We recognise that you may have concerns during these unprecedented times and that the issues you may be facing do not just go away. We wanted to reassure you that Citizens Advice Lincoln & District is still here to help. You can get in touch with us via our telephone Adviceline 0808 278 7940 (9am - 5pm Monday - Friday). If your call is relating to support with Universal Credit you can call 0800 144 8444. Information and advice is still available via the Citizens Advice website. If you require information about what you must do if coronavirus is affecting your work, benefits or travel, you can find out more here
Citizensadvice Coronavirus Updates .
We would encourage all our clients to follow the national guidelines on staying healthy, and protecting the health of others in our communities at this time. Please visit the government website for further information Gov.uk.
Stay safe, and look after each other and please remember we are here to help.
We hope to see you all in our offices again soon.
Citizens Advice Lincoln & District
We provide free, confidential and independent advice to people living and working in Lincoln & District.
People come to us with all sorts of issues. You may have money, benefit, housing or employment problems. You may be facing a crisis, or just considering your options.
We also campaign to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives.
We are part of the national Citizens Advice network across England and Wales.
We are currently unable to see drop-in clients.
Please call us on one of these numbers.
Adviceline: 0808 278 7940
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)
Universal Credit Help to Claim: 0800 144 8444
(8am - 6pm Monday - Friday)
Migrant Worker Helpline: 0344 847 6128
Volunteer with us
Our volunteers come from all sorts of backgrounds and help with everything we do. Could you join them?
You’ll get 100% support, full training and your expenses paid. We are committed to equal opportunities for our workers and clients, and welcome volunteers regardless of race, gender, sexuality or disabilities.
Research and campaigns
We campaign around issues affecting the local community by involving our clients and local residents to help identify issues that affect them.
You can help us by reading our policy research work, finding out about the impact of our advice and supporting our campaigns.
Our funders and partners
Thank you to all the supporters of our service.