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Many of us worry about money – even before the cost of living crisis came about. So if you’re having problems making ends meet, you’re not alone. Parent Club can help guide you to advice that’s tailored to your family’s needs.
If you need to talk to someone, you can get free, trusted advice from the Money Talk Team.
You can find information about money and work in different languages and Easy Read, audio and BSL here.
Families come in all shapes and sizes – but we also have things in common too. If you say ‘yes’ to any of the questions below, help is at hand! If you’re not sure, that’s fine too. Instead, take a look at the sections below, which are full of useful advice to help you and your family.
Whatever your situation, and wherever your head’s at, we can help you find support that suits your family.
Our Guide to benefits, grants and support looks at all the support available to parents, and has tips on dealing with debt.
In our Money saving tips and advice section you’ll find practical ideas for making everyday savings and boosting your income, including savings on your rent or mortgage, council tax and energy bills.
Need advice about work? Our Help with work section can help you find new opportunities and personalised support and has information on your rights as well.
Worrying about how to make ends meet can affect every aspect of your life. So don’t forget that as well as the organisations that can help with money worries, there are also lots of people that can help you if things are getting you down, including your GP. Our section on Wellbeing and mental health has more advice that can help.
Find more support for your finances from trusted organisations in our Family Support Directory.
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