I've got debt issues

If you’re experiencing difficulties with debt, we may be able to provide guidance and support to help you through your situation

I can’t pay my bills

When you’re faced with threatening letters piling up and going unopened and unanswered, it can be challenging to find a way out.

No matter how desperate the situation seems, we’ve been able to help hundreds of others in similar situations to take steps to leave debt and worry behind.

That’s why we help hundreds of families who need support when faced with situations like:

  • Credit card debt
  • Utility bills, such as electricity, gas and water
  • Council tax demands
  • Unauthorised overdraft
  • Overdue notices
  • Final reminder letters
  • Threats of legal action

No matter what stage it has reached, we may be able to help. The best time to get in contact with us is right now. The sooner you speak with a member of our support team, the sooner we can help.

Many people we speak with have often exhausted other sources of funding, such as friends and family, payday loans or using credit cards and other forms of borrowing. Although we’re sometimes the last point in the journey, the sooner you can speak with us the more we’ll be able to help.

How we’ll help

There may be a range of options available to you either through our funding sources or by guiding you to organisations who can help with specific financial and debt advice.

Here are some ways we’ll support you:

Benefits checker

Depending on your situation and circumstances, you may be entitled to more benefits than you realise.

Debt help

We may be able to support you with financial help, but there are some organisations who will be well-placed to help you resolve your debt issues in the long term.

Financial support

If it is appropriate to your situation, we’ll explore options to see whether funds are available to help you in the short term.

You’re not alone. We can help. All it takes is just one step. Contact us today and let’s get started.