Rhun ap Iorwerth AM joined Citizens Advice Cymru in the Senedd as the organisation celebrated its 80th anniversary recently.
Citizens Advice was formed the day after the outbreak of World War II, and initially helped people deal with the impacts of war, and the huge changes it brought to their daily lives.
While the problems that people bring to Citizens Advice have changed over time, demand for the service has only increased. Last year, Citizens Advice Cymru helped over 3,000 people in Ynys Môn.
Universal Credit, the Personal Independence Payment and council tax debt were the three most frequently seen issues, but the service helps people with everything from housing problems, to unmanageable debt through to discrimination at work and more.
Rhun ap Iorwerth AM said:
“Access to good advice is vital for everyone. Citizens Advice Cymru perform a crucial role for people across Wales, providing free, confidential and impartial advice to everyone – whoever they are, and whatever their problem.
“I know how important our local Citizens Advice services are to constituents in Ynys Môn, and I look forward to continuing to work with them to provide services to people who need it most.”