About Money and Mental Health

People with mental health problems are three and a half times as likely to be in problem debt: we’re here to change that. Money and Mental Health is an independent charity, committed to breaking the link between financial difficulty and mental health problems. We conduct research, develop practical policy solutions and work in partnership with both those providing services and those using them to find what really works.

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Mental Health Accessible standards

Millions of people with mental health problems struggle to use essential services because of difficulties making phone calls, opening post or filling in complex forms.

We’ve launched the first ever Mental Health Accessible standards to help essential services firms make it easier for people with mental health problems to use their services.

Watch our video to find out more, or visit the standards page here.

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