Citizens Advice Scotland has information about your rights if you're unable to go to work.
Money Talk Team, from the Citizens Advice network in Scotland, can help you see what you might be entitled to, and offer you advice to help make your money go further. You can call the team on 0800 085 7145 or visit the Money Talk Team website.
Advice Direct Scotland are continuing to provide free, confidential advice to everyone in Scotland regardless of age, background or circumstance. They are helping people find out what rights they have, and how they can exercise them. You can call their helpline on 0808 800 9060 or visit the Advice Direct Scotland website.
Consumeradvice.scot has prepared advice and information for those who have been affected by coronavirus. Call their helpline on 0808 164 6000 or visit the Consumer Advice Scot website. They can also be contacted via email, webchat, and Facebook.
One Parent Families are an organisation dedicated to enabling single parent families to reach their full potential. They will continue to provide support in local areas through phone calls, texts and local Facebook groups.
StepChange provide free debt advice in Scotland. You can use their online debt advice tool, their webchat facility or call their free helpline on 0800 138 1111.
National Debtline have created a fact sheet for coronavirus which provides advice and information that can help. They have a webchat facility and you can also call them on 0808 808 4000.
Ready Scotland have listed organisations who may be able to offer help and advice at this time. Visit readyscotland.org.