A picture of Martin Lewis, who founded the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute in 2016.

“Money and mental health problems can be a marriage made in hell. We’re here to change that.”

Martin Lewis CBE – Chair and Founder

Boost financial inclusion. Protect mental health.

We set out five steps for the government to help people who’ve been hit hardest by the pandemic and rising costs.

Front cover of Money and Mental Health's 'Boosting Financial Inclusion, Protecting Mental Health - Five steps for the next government' publication.

Since our launch in 2016 we have:

Text: 'Won debt respite 'breathing space' for people receiving mental health crisis care
Text: Changed out-of-date rules that forced lenders to send distressing debt letters
Text: Secured government action to tackle online scammers
A photo of Amy, a member of Money and Mental Health's Research Community

“As somebody who’s faced mental health problems I want my voice to be part of the solution, I can do that through the Money and Mental Health Research Community.”

Amy, a member of our Research Community of experts by experience. Find out more about here.

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We want the government to make it easier for people to get help from loved ones with Universal Credit.
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