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If you’re worried about paying your bills and providing for your family, you’re not alone.
From financial advice, to mental health support, there are a number of great resources you can access for free...
With the rising cost of living on everyone’s mind, it’s not surprising that families are feeling the pressure. Family Action has a free service, FamilyLine, which provides both immediate and long-term emotional support, along with practical information and guidance.
Their team of trained volunteers can support you through telephone, text, web chat and email. To find out more, and to get in touch, visit www.family-action.org.uk/familyline
Citizens Advice have resources in place to help you manage your money during the rising cost of living. From debt, to bills and everything in between:
Get help with the cost of living - Citizens Advice
The Government website has a dedicated area for grants, schemes and support with managing your bills:
Remember to look after your health and check in on your friends, family and colleagues. You’re not alone in your worries, and talking can really help. If you feel like you need to talk to a professional, the NHS have incredible resources:
Coping with financial worries - NHS (www.nhs.uk)
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