City : Money, Benefits, Housing : Help and Advice

Money, Benefits, Housing

Who can offer help and advice?


Below we've listed some of the organisations that offer help and advice with debt and money issues...

  • Money Advice Service

    The Money Advice Service was set up by the Government to help people make the most of their money; it gives free money advice online, over the phone and face to face.

    You can get a wide variety of information and advice from the Money Advice Service from advice on the costs of learning to drive and getting a car, to choosing your first bank account, to starting your first job.

    For more information and to get help visit the Money Advice Service website!

  • National Debt Line

    The National Debt Line is a telephone helpline that provides free advice on how to deal with debt problems.

    You can get in touch by calling 0808 808 4000 or chat online, Monday - Saturday.

    There's also help and advice available on their website, including a detailed FAQ's page!

  • Christians Against Poverty

    Christians Against Poverty is a national charity which offers debt and money advice to anyone regardless of their religion.

    They provide debt help, job clubs, and life skills courses all for free! For details on the local CAP centre, click here.

  • Citizens Advice

    Citizens Advice are a UK-wide charity that deliver free, confidential advice to anyone who needs it.

    They help people resolve their problems with debt, housing, discrimination, benefits, and lots of other issues! So if you've having money problems, get in touch on 03444 111 306.

    To access a local Citizens Advice check out Windsor and Maidenhead Citizens Advice.

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