Our financial and digital inclusion service
Our financial and digital inclusion service is here to help you with money matters, support if you find it hard to use the internet, or options for improving your mental health and wellbeing.
There‘s a whole range of free, confidential support and services that we can connect you to, provided by us and our specialist partners.
Get in touch by emailing email@example.com
Find out more about how we can help you
Whether you need a bit of a refresher or you’re a complete beginner, we have 1-2-1 training available to help you learn or improve your skills.
If you’d rather learn in your own time and at your own pace, you can also use Learn My Way , which has courses ranging from how to use a mouse to improving your Microsoft Excel skills.
Log on to the Learn My Way website and register using our network centre ID – 8006969.
We know it can feel very overwhelming when you are struggling with paying your bills at the same time as already having debt that you’re trying to pay back.
We can support you with completely free and independent debt advice and help you to find a solution that is right for you.
This service is designed to help you see a future in which you are free from debt.
We can offer support if you are looking for ways to make your money go further.
Maybe you always find yourself short at the end of the month or struggle to make your money stretch to cover everything you need. We can support you with this by giving you skills and tips about how to make the most of your budget.
We have a 1-2-1 budgeting training course delivered online through ‘We are Digital’ . It provides up to three sessions of 2.5 hours training tailored to your individual needs.
We have also teamed up with Pocket Power, a telephone triage service that can help you save money on your bills, from your household utilities, to your mobile phone tariff.
If you are struggling to afford gas or electric please get in contact with us as we may be able to provide emergency help.
Are you struggling and just need a little help to improve your mental health and wellbeing? Please see some useful free resources below.
There are also free mental health services available on the NHS, so please speak to your GP.
Hub of Hope – The Hub of Hope is a mental health support database. You can select what you are having issues with, enter your postcode and it will show you all of the support available in your area
Kooth – Kooth is an online mental wellbeing community providing free, safe and anonymous support. They have discussion boards, the option to chat with the team, a daily journal and magazines for articles, personal experiences and tips.
Mental Health Foundation – The Mental Health Foundation is a charity focused on preventing mental health issues. It has a lot of resources to provide information on a wide range of topics.
Mind – Mind is a mental health charity that provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Shout – Shout 85258 is a free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging support service for anyone who is struggling to cope.
YoungMinds UK – YoungMinds UK is a leading charity fighting for children and young people's mental health issues. It has support for young people, parents and professionals who work with young people.