With energy bills increasing, along with food prices and fuel costs rising too, it’s understandable many people are wondering how they’re going to make ends meet.

And it’s not just household budgets that are suffering. The worry and stress of struggling to keep up with changing costs is having a very real impact on mental wellbeing too.

Where should I go if worrying about money is affecting my mental health?

The thought of talking about your debts or money worries for the first time can be really daunting, especially when you’re not sure where to go or who to turn to for support.

With over 30 years’ experience as one of the leading providers of free debt advice, we’ve found during this time that there’s often a strong link between financial wellbeing and mental wellbeing – and dealing with one can often help the other.

Helping people get their finances back on track with free debt advice and suitable solutions is our bread and butter, but our help doesn’t stop there. We also ensure, at the same time, you receive the additional support you need when it comes to improving your overall wellbeing too.

Everyone’s situation is different – and we all have unique needs. That’s why we work closely with a wide range of support organisations to ensure you get the tailored help you need, when you need it.

Whatever your situation, it’s important to us that you feel supported every step of the way, not just with your debts, but your bigger wellbeing picture too. Some of the charities and organisations we partner with to provide holistic support include Bipolar UK and Samaritans [for mental health support], GamCare [for support with gambling-related financial harm], Refuge and Broxtowe Women’s Project [for support with domestic abuse] and many more.

Communicate with us in a way that suits you

We offer a range of communication channels to ensure you can reach us in the way that’s most convenient to you – so whether it’s talking over the phone, email, or live chat, we’re able to help you tackle your debts in whatever way suits you.

The sooner you get in touch, the sooner we can help.

Our Financial Wellbeing hub is also a great resource if you’re looking for money management tips and information about looking after your financial wellbeing.

You can also find us on Facebook and join our community of people who want to become debt-free.