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At the CAB we try to help people to know and understand their rights and obligations and how to use this information to get the best outcomes, provide people with the confidence and support they need to take action, and work for positive social change within communities and wider society. We provide a free and independent service to all.
The aims of Citizens Advice Bureau New Zealand are to:
Me noho matāra kia kaua te tangata e mate i tāna kore mōhio ki ngā āhuatanga e āhei atu ana ia, ki ngā mahi rānei e tika ana kia mahia e ia, ki ngā ratonga rānei e āhei atu ana ia; i te kore rānei āna e āhei ki te whakaputu i āna hiahia kia mārama mai ai te tangata.
Kia tino whai wāhi atu ki te auahatanga o ngā kaupapa-ā-iwi me ngā ratonga-ā-rohe, puta noa hoki i te motu.
Our service is provided by more than 2,600 trained volunteers, in more than 80 locations around New Zealand. Our volunteers are supported by a comprehensive database and regular learning. Find out how to become a volunteer.
We use client enquiry statistics, client case studies, anecdotal evidence and our knowledge and experience to identify systemic problems, raise issues, and effect change. Find out more about our work for positive social change.
Birkenhead: 33 Rawene Rd Birkenhead Auckland Ph: 418 0032;
Glenfield-Library/Council Bldg, 90 Bentley Ave Glenfield Auckland Ph: 444 9451;
Takapuna, Community Services Building 7 The Strand Takapuna Auckland Ph: 486 3139;
Browns Bay: Council Bldg 2 Glen Rd Browns Bay Ph: 479 2222;
Northcote: Northcote Citizens Centre Ernie Mays St Northcote Auckland Ph: 480 2971;
Helensville: 23 Commercial Rd Helensville Ph: 09 420 7162;
Hibiscus Coast: Orewa Square Hibiscus Coast Ph: 09 426 5338;
Wellsford Community Centre+:1 Matheson Rd Wellsford Ph: 09 423 7333