Library based advice and information sessions put you in contact with the people and organisations that can help you with a range of issues.
Drop in (first come, first served)
If you have a form to fill in, please call 024 7652 1100 before attending. Please bring with you any paperwork you have about your problem, such as letters and bills.
This service is run in partnership with Coventry Independent Advice Service.
This service is run in partnership with Reed.
This service is run in partnership with the National Careers Service.
The Citizens Advice Bureau is a national charity providing free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. You can get advice on benefits, work, debt and money, consumer rights, relationships, housing, law and rights, discrimination, tax, healthcare and education.
Coventry Independent Advice Service is a local charity offering free advice on benefits, debt and money, and housing to any Coventry resident. The service runs advice and information sessions at community venues across the city.
The Highlife Centre works with black and minority ethnic communities, young people between the ages of 18-30 who are “NEETs” (not in employment, education or training), unemployed graduates and unemployed single parents.
The Money Advice Service provides free and impartial money advice in areas such as debt, pensions and planning for retirement, budgeting, redundancy, insurance, mortgages, benefits and savings.
* Booking required
† Term time only
‡ Community-led library
Last updated: 30 January 2018