I have money worries and need Support

Many people are now struggling with rising bills and the cost of living. Worrying about money can affect your mental health, which can then make it harder to manage money.

Support Locally by the Rutland County Council – The council have many routes for support to help you manage some of your money worries. Their site provides a great summary of where you can start. https://www.rutland.gov.uk/livingcosts

The following links are where you can get some advice to help you

Mind – Provides advice and support servicesto help with managing your money issues. https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/money-and-mental-health/ 

Help for Households – Government advice and support you can access. –

Turn2us – National Charity for support with debt and money worries.

https://www.turn2us.org.uk/

Citizen’s Advice – Free, confidential advice at your local centre.

https://citizensadvicerutland.org.uk/

Christians Against Poverty – Money and debt advice, including free money coaching.

https://capuk.org/get-help

For support accessing food locally

Rutland Community Fridge (no Referral needed) https://www.rootandbranchout.co.uk/community-fridge.html

Rutland Food Bank (Referral need from Council) – https://rutland.foodbank.org.uk/

Extra support…                         

If you are regularly feeling down or tearful, or are still struggling, please take a look at the other pages on this site, or please contact the surgery to book a review. You may be offered an appointment with our dedicated Mental Health Practitioner to decide what other support you may need. In some cases, medication may be needed to support your mental health and aid your recovery.