Debt and Money Advice Project

by Glasgow Association for Mental Health (GAMH) Claimed

Money, Mental Health Issues, Energy Advice

This project provides much needed flexible and creative access arrangements to skilled , experienced money and debt advisors for people with mental health problems and their carers. In addition the project aims to enhance the ability of people with mental health problems to develop sustainable skills to manage their own financial affairs.

Financial Inclusion sessions are integrated into existing support GAMH group sessions and include sessions on:

- how to manage your money better
- how to reducing outgoings by accessing energy efficiency and ‘Warm Homes Discount’ schemes
- Presentations on accessible financial resources such as Scotcash and Credit Unions.

Individual appointments can be made with the money advisors based at Parkhead CAB and Money Matters Govan. Appointments are flexible and these workers can arrange to meet with GAMH service users at GAMH community groups and participation forums.

Last updated 17 Sep 2018, 4:22 p.m.

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