Citizens Advice East Hampshire is a free service offering you confidential, independent, impartial advice. We have services in Alton, Bordon and Petersfield and an outreach service in Liphook. A registered charity, we are part-funded by East Hampshire District Council.
At Citizens Advice East Hampshire we can provide you with information and advice on:
- Debt and money matters
Through our Healthwatch Advocacy Service we can help you if you feel you have not had the service you expect from the National Health Service (NHS) and want to complain.
If you are affected by cancer our Macmillan Advice Caseworker, based in Havant, can support you with specialist advice.
If you have a defined contribution pension and want to know more about your options at retirement you can contact Pension Wise, a service introduced by the government in April 2015.
Our advice service is provided by a team of volunteers and paid staff. They are all fully trained to provide you with an advice service you can trust.
Jon Stuart is our Chief Executive, leading both Citizens Advice East Hampshire and Havant .
Jon is supported by our board of trustees in leading the management and control of the charity. You can download our latest annual report here.
If you are interested in joining our team go to our Join Us page
Charity registration number 1129850, Company limited by guarantee, registered number 6694768, England. Registered Office: Forest Community Centre, Pinehill Road, Bordon, Hampshire GU35 0BS