Financial wellbeing support with the Money Advice Service

Money has always been a taboo topic, so it’s no surprise that many people struggle to talk about their finances. It requires vulnerability to ask for help of any kind, and it can be especially difficult when it comes to knowing how to ask for help with money. But reaching out for support when you’ve fallen on hard times can truly get you back on the path to financial security.

Our NHS has been working with the Money Advice Service, an organisation who work to improve people’s financial wellbeing across the UK, to provide you with free, independent support. Based on calls to our support lines, we’ve picked out some of the top tools and resources to help you.

Try the free and impartial money advice telephone support line (Typetalk 18001 0800 915 4622 – available nationally), or their WhatsApp or webchat service:

NHS telephone support line

Call 0800 448 0826, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm.You can call this support line, provided by the Money Advice Service, for free and impartial money advice.


Add +44 7701 342 744 to your WhatsApp and send the Money Advice Service’s national support team a message for help with sorting out your debts, credit questions and pensions guidance.


Chat to one of the Money Advice Service team via their online portal.

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