Financial wellbeing


There is a link between personal finances and our mental well-being. This section can help you by signposting you to websites offering financial information and advice on ways you can manage your finances.

Help for households

This is the central government’s website designed to explain the support they are offering during the cost-of-living crisis. This website is regularly updated with guidance and the support on offer, such as the Disability Cost of Living Payment, income support, childcare support, and more.

Find out more about Help for Households.

Getting help with the Cost of Living

This is the council's page which pulls together information and links to help people deal with the impacts of the increasing cost of living

Money Saving Expert

Money Saving Expert is a website that provides tools, advice and guidance that could help you during the cost-of-living crisis.

You may be worrying about paying your mortgage, rent and other bills. Money Saving Expert have a cost-of-living guide, which contains tips in multiple areas such as childcare costs, heating your home, discounts on food, and more. View the guide.

Stay updated on the latest discounts, government support, and more at Money Saving Expert.

National Debt Line

The National Debt Line has created a fact sheet with financial advice and support regarding debt issues. Along with the fact sheet and information on supporting your mental health, household bills and debt solutions, you can also get in touch with an advisor and ask a question.

View the fact sheet and get more information.

Inflation Calculator – Office for National Statistics

The Office for National Statistics provides a personalised inflation calculator so you can see how inflation is affecting your budget. This could help you budget for rent, groceries, transport and more.

See the inflation calculator.