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More Support

You’ve completed a wellbeing check. Now what? 

Take a look at your personalised support signposts in your follow-up email or text to improve your wellbeing.For more help check out the links below.

Researching things like insurance, utilities and other purchases in advance can help you get the best deal.

Money Saving Expert has sections to help with bills, banking, homes, insurance, and regular tips to save on food and essentials.

Money Helper offers advice on money, pensions and everyday costs with several useful calculators and budget planners.

The hardest part of dealing with debt is often taking the first step to regain control. Once you start putting a plan in place with the support of an expert, you’ll feel a weight lifted off your shoulders.

Get free, impartial, debt advice from the National Debtline:

If you have urgent debt, for example have had a visit from bailiffs, an eviction order or a court summons there is advice on their emergency situations page:
National Debt Line: Emergency situations

You can also contact your nearest Citizens Advice center for help.

Find out if you’re eligible for any benefits with this quick benefit calculator from InBest:
InBest: Benefits calculator

Citizens Advice can also help with benefits, including Universal Credit and other benefits dependent on your situation: Citizens Advice: What benefits can i get?

If you’re living with, or think you might be experiencing, a mental health problem, Mind has lots of online advice and resources:

MIf you’re having suicidal thoughts the Samaritans are available 24/7 to help. Whatever you’re going through, call them on 116 123 or visit their website for support:

You can also text Shout on 85258 if your mood is low or you’re experiencing suicidal thoughts.

Need further support? Contact our Wellbeing Coach:

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Social Tariffs

If you're on benefits you may be able to get a cheaper rate for your broadband or water. Contact your water company directly to find out. See if you can get a better deal with this broadband social tariff advice and comparison tool:
Money Saving Expert: Broadband social tariffs

Warm Home Discount

You could get £150 off your energy bill each winter. If you meet the criteria, you should get it without applying (different if you’re in Scotland), but you need to be with a supplier that offers it. See the list of suppliers and more details on the Money Saving Expert website:
Money Saving Expert: Warm home discount