Category: Mental Health and Money

Record numbers of people are seeking support from our Mental Health & Money Advice service

28th September 2021

There's been a surge in the number of people seeking support for mental health and financial advice, as worrying cuts to Universal Credit are set to come in. To help you prepare, Mental Health & Money Advice have put together a practical guide directing you to further support.

Shaping financial firms’ future duty towards customers

24th August 2021

The financial industry regulator asked for views on new rules to protect consumers – here’s what Mental Health UK told them.

Mental Health & Money Toolkit launched amid study that 1 in 5 have been negatively impacted financially and mentally by coronavirus

12th November 2020

Mental Health UK warns of potential ‘system overload’ due to potential mental health crisis caused by money worries

Insurance industry can’t afford to discriminate against people living with mental illness

30th July 2020

We have urged the insurance industry to review the service they provide to people living with mental illness in our new report: Affording protection: mental health and insurance.

Mental Health & Money Advice Year One Impact Report

12th July 2019

Mental Health UK presented The Mental Health and Money Problems Seminar, which saw the launch of the Year One Impact Report of Mental Health and Money Advice.

One in six people with money problems have had suicidal thoughts

6th July 2018

New research by Mental Health UK has found that one in six people who have experienced money problems (16%) have experienced suicidal thoughts because of this.

Mental Health UK launches Mental Health & Money Advice

27th November 2017

Mental Health UK has today launched Mental Health & Money Advice
[www.mentalhealthandmoneyadvice.org]. It is the first UK-wide advice service dedicated to supporting people affected by mental health and money issues including carers, friends, families and professionals within the area.

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