Looking after your money, looking after you

We’re living through some very unusual times, and we all know that our mental health can affect how we deal with money, and equally, how debt can affect our mental health.

We have a trained financial support team ready to listen and help where we can. But maybe it's easier for you to talk to someone independent. Take a look below at some of our partners to see if they can help with advice and practical help. 


PayPlan logo
  • Help save you money on your everyday essentials.
  • Check you’re claiming everything you’re entitled to.
  • Specialist team for the self-employed.
  • Dedicated vulnerable client team for anyone dealing with an illness, mental health concerns or addiction.



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  • Guides to help improve your finances.
  • Tools and calculators to help keep track and plan ahead, like their free budget planner.
  • Support over the phone and online.



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  • Help tackle debt and manage your money with confidence.
  • Get advice from free, independent services: National Debtline and Business Debtline.
  • Help with debt management plans, debt relief orders and individual voluntary arrangements.

Money Advice Trust


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  • Help for people affected by dementia including family members and carers. 
  • Dementia Connect support line available 7 days a week.
  • Join the online community where you can connect with others in a similar situation.
  • Read our dementia guide, produced in association with Alzheimer’s Society.

Alzheimer’s Society


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  • Advice and information on money and mental health including tips on how to manage your money. 
  • Information and support to anybody experiencing a mental health problem through their website, their infoline and their peer support platform Side by Side



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