It may be helpful to tell us about your situation if your mental health is affecting how you manage your finances, your ability to communicate with us, or if someone is helping you manage your money.
If you are going through a period of poor mental health, please tell us more about how we can help by calling us on 020 7190 5555, or getting in touch via our online form.
We may use this information to change the way we support you. This might include:
- Changing how we contact you
- Letting you know about charities and organisations which can help you
Where can you go for help
If you’re worried about your mental health, you should see your family doctor or GP. They should be able to give you advice about treatment and perhaps refer you to another local professional who may be able to help. There are also charities and companies with staff or volunteers who can offer advice or just listen to you.
- Mental Health and Money Advice can help you understand, manage and improve your mental health and money issues.
- Mental Health UK have put together useful information and tips for managing your mental health.
- The Alzheimer’s Society provides advice and practical tips for people living with dementia and those supporting them.
- MIND provides advice about your own mental health, and see how you can support someone who’s finding their mental health challenging.
- NHS Services provides you with access to NHS mental health services and where you can get urgent help.