Financial Advice

We can help you get the advice you need, reducing your debt and stress by:
  • Working on your income and outgoings
  • Checking that you're receiving all the benefits due to you
  • Contacting the people you owe money to and negotiating on your behalf
  • Filing in those off-putting forms for you
  • Dealing with any financial emergencies first, such as rent or mortgage arrears.
  • Clearly discussing the options open to you
  • Looking at what is best for you and your family
It is always better to deal with your debt problems at an early stage, as the longer you wait the worse things will become. Early action on your part can mean fewer problems for you to deal with in the future. Also, you don't have to do this on your own, we are here, ready to help you.
We have direct access to specialist advisors across Glasgow and can arrange an appointment so that you can begin to tackle your debt problems, so contact us now.

There are a wide variety of grants available to help you with housing, courses and employment. Glasgow's Helping Heroes
can help you to identify what would be available to you and help you to access the organisations that can help you apply.
SSAFA The Armed Forces Charity, and the Veterans UK can also help identify what you might be entitled to.

You could also contact or look at the Scottish Welfare Fund - this is a discretionary scheme administered by local authorities. It provides grants that do not have to be repaid and provides a better service to vulnerable members of the local community.