Thanks to funding from Lloyds Banking Group, we are able to sustain our Mental Health and Money Advice service. This service helps over 600,000 people per year with advice to help them manage both their mental health and money. Thanks to additional funds we can continue to run this vital service at a time when people need it most.
There is an intrinsic link between mental health and money; financial and mental wellbeing go hand in hand. Mental Health and Money Advice offer support to people who experience problems with both their mental health and money. We provide 1-1 casework over the phone, as well as online tools, templates and easy to understand information. The service supports over 600,000 people across the UK every year to navigate their finances and feel empowered to take the right steps for them.
The Covid-19 crisis has left many people worried about their finances. We know that that the stress of money worries will have a significant bearing on some people’s mental health, and poor mental health can be associated with unwise financial behaviours or difficulty in navigating how to best manage debts.
Thanks to funding from Lloyds Banking Group we are now able to sustain this vital service during a time of high worry to ensure that those who need it can access support for their mental health and money.
So far, the Mental Health and Money Advice service has made clients over £5 million better off.
People have accessed help and information from the Mental Health and Money Advice website.