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CAB VOWS TO HELP PEOPLE THROUGH CORONAVIRUS

20th March 2020

Caithness Citizens Advice Bureau has announced it will be available by telephone and email offering its services to local people to help them through the Coronavirus period. 

Isobel Mackay CAB Manager Caithness said today,"We understand that local people are concerned about the health impacts of this virus and will also need advice about other aspects of their lives, including their jobs, rent and social security payments. So we are determined to remain available and ready to offer people all the help we can.

"We would remind people that there are ways to access our advice other than physically coming into our CAB office, and we would urge everyone to consider using the route that best protects them during this period. 

"As ever, CAB advice is free, impartial and completely confidential, whichever route you choose to access it."

For the foreseeable future you can get our advice by telephone between 10am and 4 pm on:
THURSO 01847 894243
WICK 01955 605989
Email bureau@caithnesscab.casonline.org.uk

And you can access our support online at http://www.caithnesscab.org/

In addition we have a general public advice website https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/scotland/

We thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time.

 

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