Money and Debt

Money worries can really impact on our mental wellbeing. Connect to Support Hampshire has links to organisations that can help with a wide range of money-related issues including debt, emergency food and keeping our home warm. You can also find listings for local and national organisations who can offer finance, tax and debt advice and financial help for carers.

Mental Health and Money Advice offers clear, practical advice and support for people experiencing issues with mental health and money. They can help you understand, manage and improve your mental health and money issues.

MoneyHelper offers free and impartial help with money and pensions, backed by the government. Freephone 0800 138 7777, Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm. Explore the Money Navigator Tool to help you know which money issues to tackle first, how to stay on top of bills, and know what extra help and support you’re entitled to. There is also a Money Problems and Mental Wellbeing guide.


Young People and Money Anxiety episode from BBC Sounds' Money Box show

Solent Mind's men's mental health Let's Talk Mate video podcast has recorded an episode on Money and Debt.

Understanding Universal Credit - Universal Credit supports you if you are on a low income or out of work. It includes a monthly payment to help with your living costs. This site will help you understand what Universal Credit means for you. If you want to go straight to making a claim for Universal Credit visit

Benefits - see the range of benefits and financial support available and how to get help with claiming.

Discretionary housing payments is a way of helping you if the housing benefit or Universal Credit (housing costs element) you get is not enough to pay your rent. Payments are not the same as housing benefit or Universal Credit.

If you are not sure what you may be entitled to Turn 2 Us has a free online benefit calculator to help you.

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