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Is money always on your mind?

When you're worried about money, it can feel pretty overwhelming and have an impact on your mental health. It's really important to make sure you're getting the support you need.

We'll do everything we can to help and there's loads of other organisations out there ready to support you too.

Is money always on your mind?

Organisations that can help

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Turn2Us

Find out what financial support, such as welfare benefits and grants, you might be entitled to and get help accessing them.

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Money helper

Get help from government-backed support services both over the phone and online with their tools and calculators.

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StepChange

Access expert advice on all different kinds of debt issues. They'll help you find a practical plan for your financial situation.

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PayPlan

Access free debt management and advice. PayPlan can contact people you owe money to and help arrange lower payments.

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Citizens advice

Get advice on a huge range of issues, whether it be debt, benefits, housing or gambling. Citizens Advice can offer support.

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Mind logo

Mind

Remember to look after your mental wellbeing too. Access professional money advice and support with your mental health

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Macmillan

While it might not be the first of your worries, cancer can be tough on your finances. Access specialist support and guidance.

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Experian

Check your credit score and understand the different ways you can improve it.

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Energy UK

Read information on the support available relating to energy and bills.

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