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Money and Debt Advice

Are you in debt? Do you struggle to pay your rent or bills? Do you need help managing your money?

Are you claiming the right benefits? Have your circumstances changed? Are you sure you are getting all that you are entitled to?

Do you owe money to door step lenders or weekly payment stores?

Help to get out of debt
Through Talking Money, you can go through a benefits health check to make sure you are getting all the money you are entitled to.

If circumstances relating to your health or personal life have recently changed, you may be entitled to extra benefits.

If you are in debt, you may be eligible for free, independent debt advice in a number of locations across Bristol and South Gloucestershire. For more information, visit the Talking Money website using the link on the right.

We can put you in touch with and support you to contact agencies that can provide advice and advocacy on employment, housing, immigration and legal matters.  If you want to know more, visit the Avon and Bristol Law Centre link on the right.

These advice agencies can provide information on affordable credit and alternatives to loan sharks, door step lenders and weekly payment stores. If you live in Bristol, visit the Bristol Credit Union website for more information.

The Consumer Credit Counselling Service provides free debt advice and has an anonymous online debt counselling service.  Visit the link on the right. 

Alternatively, please download the Universal Credit FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Pack on the right. This will give you more detailed information on Universal Credit in general.

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