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Take the first step and ask for help

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Take the first step and ask for help thumbnailAdvisors Kathryn Goligher, Michael Murphy and Trudie Hylands are based in the old hospital building in Limavady.

THIS New Year, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is calling on people to take the first step and ask for help. January is typically a busy time of year for the organisations which are contracted by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council which have been funded by the Department for Communities to provide advice financial assistance services in Limavady and the surrounding areas.
This month, Limavady Community Development Initiative's Advice Centre and its main reception area are moving to the opposite side of the old hospital building in Limavady.
The new space will provide fresh offices for staff and a dedicated client self-help area in the waiting room. The services are provided free of charge to the public with advisors on hand to offer guidance on a range of issues including debt, employment, consumer issues, tax and housing.

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