At Citizens Advice Stockport we see thousands of people every year, and we have a closer understanding of the problems that people experience than any other organisation.
Through our work, we know which policies are working and spot emerging problems early.
At both a national and local level, our research and campaigns work combines these insights with analysis of wider social and economic trends and set out new ideas to improve policy and delivery for all.
You can read some of the work we do on Research and Campaigns though our Medium publication page.
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Digital hubs: helping you online
Go in the main doors at Fred Perry House, turn left and you will see a bank of computers and iPads waiting to be used by the public.
2018.11.05 / 3min read. Read More
Why it’s important to have values
The Citizens Advice service is unique, people expect our services to be there, often in their darkest hour of need. We take that very…
2018.09.27 / 2min read. Read More
Should your boss really be saying that to you?
10 things your boss shouldn't say to you in the workplace.
2018.08.01 / 2min read. Read More
Do you need to ASK for Angela?
Domestic abuse is a common problem in the UK. It is estimated that 7.1% of women and 4.4% of men have been victims of domestic abuse at…
2018.06.27 / 4min read. Read More
Why have we invested in a contact centre?
On Monday, we were pleased to take the first call into the new Citizens Advice Stockport (CAS) contact centre, something that marks a…
2018.06.21 / 2min read. Read More
It's important to celebrate the work of volunteers, and this is how Citizens Advice Stockport is doing it during #VolunteersWeek
2018.06.03 / 1min read. Read More
Why research and campaigns is important at Citizens Advice Stockport
Citizens Advice has two key aims; to provide the advice people need for the problems they face and to improve the policies and practices…
2018.05.24 / 2min read. Read More