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A carer’s assessment will give you the chance to discuss how caring affects your life and find out about support services, emergency help, breaks and financial help to support your wellbeing and help you continue caring. They will put you in touch with free support…
We work to improve support, services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring, unpaid, for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems. We do this with a UK wide network of quality…
Cavell Nurses' Trust, formerly known as NurseAid, provides vital support to all UK retired, former and current nurses, midwives, healthcare assistants, student nurses and nursing auxilliaries.  The Trust takes an holistic approach to difficulties. As well as financial grants it offers advice and support to increase an…
The Charity for Civil Servants supports all civil servants (or those who have worked for an Associate Organisation), past and present, throughout their lives, with whatever problems they may have. This might be: Money Stress & Anxiety Caring Depression Relationships Mental Health Application forms for…
The Chemists’ Community Fund exists to help Royal Society of Chemistry members and their families when life gets challenging. We can ease the pressure you might be feeling and find you the right resources to help deal with the problem. Our support services break down…
Government help with childcare costs for parents. Whether you have toddlers or teens, you could get support. The website sets out all current and upcoming Government childcare offers and support available to parents, including the Tax-Free Childcare scheme and 30 hours, the 15 free hours,…
We offer a free debt counselling service to anyone regardless of background or beliefs. We also offer a money budgeting programme. We offer appointments in your own home.
The Church Schoolmasters and Schoolmistresses' Benevolent Institution (CSSBI) is a charity that provides support for teachers, both former and current, who are in significant need of financial assistance. Applicants must be members of the Church of England or of another recognised Christian denomination.
Citizens Advice Consumer Service has produced a number of self-help Adviceguides giving information about your legal rights in respect of: Benefits Work Debt and money Consumer Relationships Housing Law and rights Discrimination Tax Healthcare Education
The Civil Service Retirement Hub is a gateway to a whole range of useful links to web services and information sites that has been built for retired civil and public servants.