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Support Directory

Often the people we help are experiencing other struggles on top of their finances, which is why we work with a wide network of support partners in the form of charities and specialist services.
Here you can find a wide range of contact information to support you with other needs you may have.

  • The NHS can help you find a professional service 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Use the free NHS urgent mental health helpline to discuss your needs and access further support or visit the Urgent and Emergency care services page on their website for further information.

  • An innovative community interest company that aims to offer effective support to disadvantaged members of the local community and is passionate about assisting offenders to 'break the cycle of re-offending' by offering training and work placements that improves skills and qualifications, which in turn improves confidence and motivation to gain employment.

  • In the UK, Age UK help millions of people every year, providing support, companionship and advice to the older people who need their help the most.

  • AA is concerned solely with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics who turn to the Fellowship for help.

  • Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading dementia charity. They campaign for change, fund research to find a cure and support people living with dementia today.

  • Specialists in income maximisation, grants, hardship funds and budgeting

  • Bipolar UK is the only national charity dedicated to empowering individuals and families affected by bipolar. Peer support is at the core of our work. This means people affected by bipolar helping others.

  • Specialists in delivering business debt advice to Limited Companies.

  • Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) and take a stand against suicide. That means standing against feeling miserable, standing up to stereotypes, and standing together to show life is always worth living.

  • Providing carers with expert advice, information and support. They campaign and innovate to find better ways to reach and support carers.

  • Working directly with thousands of homeless people every year. They provide vital help so that people can rebuild their lives and are supported out of homelessness for good.

  • If you need dementia support, we're here for you. We know dementia affects everyone differently. So whether you, a loved one, a friend or neighbour is affected by dementia, we're here to support you. Dementia Connect, Alzheimer's Society's dementia support service, is free, easy to access, and puts you in touch with the right support.

  • When someone is ready to start drinking less, Drinkaware is ready to support them. They give the full picture of what drinking does to your mind and body.

  • Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.

  • Specialists in providing information, advice and support for anyone affected by gambling harms. GamCare operate the National Gambling Helpline, provide treatment for anyone who is harmed by gambling, create awareness about safer gambling and treatment, and encourage an effective approach to safer gambling within the gambling industry.

  • Knus

    Knus is the UK’s first free, confidential, mental health peer support and coaching chat service. You can start a chat with them via their website.

  • Macmillan’s research helps to understand the needs and experiences of people affected by cancer, to develop and influence better care and services.

  • Specialists to improve the lives of people severely affected by mental illness through their network of local groups and services, expert information and successful campaigning. Their goal is to make sure everyone severely affected by mental illness has a good quality of life.

  • Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Campaigning to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.

  • The National Bereavement Service offers practical and emotional support to guide someone through what needs to be done. They can introduce the bereaved to trusted partner organisations in both private and charitable sectors, as well as provide information on the statutory requirements following loss, such as the registration of death and probate.

  • Supporting those who have experienced violence and abuse including domestic violence, sexual violence, ‘honour’ based violence, forced marriage, FGM, human trafficking or modern slavery.

  • The UK's largest provider of relationship support, and in 2021 helped over two million people of all ages, backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities to strengthen their relationships.

  • A charity dedicated to reducing feelings of isolation and disconnection that can lead to suicide.

  • Shout 85258 is a free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging support service for anyone who is struggling to cope.

  • Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) is the only UK charity dedicated to raising awareness of economic abuse and transforming responses to it. They work day in, day out to ensure that women are supported not only to survive, but also to thrive

  • Trussell Trust support a nationwide network of food banks and provides emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, campaigning for change to end the need for food banks in the UK.

  • Victim Support is an independent charity. We are dedicated to supporting people affected by crime and traumatic incidents in England and Wales.

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