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Gives information about the relationship between money worries and mental health, with suggestions on how to address them.
There are lots of places that can help you with money problems. We've collected some helpful ones here.
If you're worried about talking to an advisor, have a look at our information on getting professional support to help you prepare.
Supports young people to develop the knowledge and skills to manage their money.
Emergency food and support for people in need. Includes a searchable list of local foodbanks.
Helps people in financial difficulty to access benefits, grants and support services.
Information and advice about debt, including a helpline, online webchat and sample letters for writing to creditors.
See our information about mental health in the workplace, getting support and taking time off.
Make sure you are getting the money you are owed in sick pay and benefits, and get advice if need be. The Money Advice Service provides a benefits checker.
This information was published in November 2016. We will revise it in 2019.
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