Here at Citizens Advice RCT, we are lucky to receive funding to deliver the following projects:

Resilient Families - Carries out financial appraisals for clients working with the local authority Resilient Families Service. The project also provides advice on debt and benefit applications through to appeals for this group of clients only. This project allows us to deliver advice across a number of locations and in people's homes.
Prescribing Advice Tier 1 and 2 - Provides specialist debt and welfare benefit advice for people receiving support from Primary mental health care teams.
Advicelink Cymru - ALC provides generalist advice at community locations across RCT and also funds an element of specialist debt advice.
Your Rights, Your House, Your Home - This provides housing advice and support to tenants in the private rented sector, along with training to both landlords and tenants, to upskill them in their responsibilities, to reduce future private tenancy problems. 
Welfare Rights - This service will provide support to individuals receiving social care support. This includes advice and guidance about the benefits system and welfare reform and may include support to determine whether they are receiving the benefits to which they are entitled, claim the benefits to which they are entitled, and appeal against a decision that determines they are unable to receive a benefit to which they are entitled.
Utilities and Energy Advice - We have several utilities and energy projects which provide holistic support to empower clients to make effective choices in the energy and utility market with the aim of reducing fuel poverty. We work with a number of partners to deliver these services to ensure our clients have warm homes and affordable bills.
Advicelink Cymru - Specialist Debt - Provides specialist debt advice and casework to anyone that needs it. The advice is available face-to-fact or via telephone.
Skills for Life - This provides advice and training to young people aged between on their employment rights in the foundational economy. This covers: what is the foundational economy, starting work, contracts of employment, employment rights, statutory pay, unions, work related welfare benefits, rates of pay, payslips, pensions, bank accounts, debt and money including budgeting.  
Supported Housing - One year pilot project to fund a financial support worker to work closely with RCTCBC's Housing Solutions Team and Supporting People funded Support Providers to help identify those in need. The Financial Support Worker will provide short term financial advice to vulnerable people.
Information Advice Service - Provides open door services 6 days a week across the Mountain Ash and Pontypridd office.
Advice Link Cymru - Specialist Welfare Benefits - Provides specialist Welfare Benefit advice across RCT.
Gambling Support Service - Provides training to frontline services to identify people at risk of gambling related harm, along with, providing gambling support to clients seeking social welfare advice, who have been identified as being at risk of gambling related harm to prevent escalation of this health issue.