Too much information?Exploring opportunities and challenges presented by vulnerability data-sharing. November 16, 2023Breaking the cycleThe case for integrating money and mental health support during the cost of living crisis. July 18, 2023The pensions mazeAchieving better retirements for people with mental health problems. June 6, 2023Annual Impact Report 2022Our achievements in 2022 and look ahead to our work for the coming year. April 26, 2023Through the lens: Ethnicity, money and mental healthExploring how our age can interact with our money and mental health. April 19, 2023Untapped potentialReducing economic inactivity among people with mental health problems. March 13, 2023Written off?Making insurance work better for people with mental health problems. February 8, 2023Through the lens: Age, money and mental healthExploring how our age can interact with our money and mental health. December 15, 2022BombardedReducing the psychological harm caused by the cost of living crisis. December 6, 2022Through the lens: Gender, money and mental healthExploring how our gender can interact with our money and mental health. September 21, 2022A fit-for-purpose managed migration processSafeguarding claimants with mental health problems in the move to Universal Credit. September 12, 2022No One Left BehindMaking levelling up deliver for people with mental health problems. July 12, 2022A tale of two crises: the cost of living and mental healthRevealing the devastating impact of the cost of living crisis on people with mental health problems. June 8, 2022Annual Impact Report 2021Our Annual Impact Report highlights the achievements we’ve had in the past year and outlines the work ahead. April 26, 2022Not a Secondary IssueExamining the extent to which people in secondary mental health care face financial difficulty. March 31, 2022Time to ActExploring the legal duties that essential services firms have to people with mental health problems under the Equality Act. February 2, 2022Raising the stakes: Overcoming barriers to tackling gambling-related harmSetting out how financial services firms can overcome barriers to tackling gambling-related harm. January 18, 2022Recommissioning debt advice services: meeting the needs of people with mental health problemsMaking the case for the Money and Pensions Service to protect face-to-face debt advice. December 17, 2021The state we’re in: Money and mental health in a time of crisisA state-of-the-nation snapshot of the financial and mental wellbeing of people across the UK during the pandemic. November 24, 2021Lifting the tax burden: Supporting people with mental health problems with council taxHighlighting the support people with mental health problems need to pay council tax. November 11, 2021Safety first: Why the Online Safety Bill should tackle scam advertsSetting out why the Online Safety Bill must tackle online scam ads. July 29, 2021Annual Impact Report 2020/2021Celebrating our impact in 2020/2021. July 13, 2021Set up to failHow the DWP can make it easier for people to get help with Universal Credit. May 26, 2021Safety netBreaking the link between online financial harms and mental health problems. March 17, 2021Closing the gapHow government and employers can close the mental health income gap February 3, 2021Caught in the webExploring the link between experience of mental health problems and online scams. December 9, 2020Convenience at a costHow online retailers are putting people with mental health problems at risk of financial harm. November 10, 2020Mind the Income gapExploring the long term factors which have lead to the mental health income gap. September 22, 2020Annual Review 2019/20Our Annual Review sets out our research and policy achievements of 2019/20. July 27, 2020Help along the wayExploring the challenges that people with mental health problems face when accessing free debt advice. July 21, 2020A safer betExploring the link between online gambling and mental health. July 15, 2020Income in crisisExploring the link between income and mental health during Covid-19. June 16, 2020Money and mental health at a time of crisisHow the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the finances of people with mental health problems. April 2, 2020Information is powerPreventing financial difficulties associated with mental health problems. December 3, 2019Failing to connect: mental health problems and telecomsExploring the challenges people with mental health problems face in the telecomms market. November 27, 2019The money and mental health manifesto 2019Five ways to boost mental and financial wellbeing across the UK. November 6, 2019Data protectingUsing financial data to support customers. October 22, 2019Annual Review 2018/19Our Annual Review sets out our research and policy achievements of 2018/19. July 25, 2019A little help from my friendsTools to support financial decision-making for people with mental health problems. July 16, 2019Debt and mental healthAnalysing the latest data on the links between debt and mental health problems. March 25, 2019The benefits assault courseImproving access to the benefits system for people with mental health problems. March 4, 2019Breathing SpaceDrawing on the views of our Research Community to assess how Breathing Space debt respite for people in mental health crisis care could work. January 31, 2019Access to cashExploring people with mental health problem’s attitudes to cash. December 19, 2018A silent killerBreaking the link between financial difficulty and suicide. December 3, 2018Returns policiesHow retailers can make the returns process more accessible. November 22, 2018Vulnerability: the experience of debt advisersSupporting debt advice clients in vulnerable situations November 14, 2018Too ill to work, too broke not toThe cost of sickness absence for people with mental health problems November 1, 2018Travel insuranceExploring people with mental health problems access to travel insurance. August 21, 2018Access essentialsGiving people with mental health problems equal access to vital services. July 3, 2018Annual Review 2017/18Highlighting our achievements in 2017/2018. June 19, 2018Fear and foul play – Bailiff reformMaking the case for bailiff reform. May 29, 2018Informal borrowing and mental health problemsExploring people with mental health problems’ experience of informal borrowing. May 10, 2018Where the heart isExploring people with mental health problems’ experience of social housing and rent arrears. April 16, 2018Recovery spaceMinimising financial harm caused by mental health crisis. February 19, 2018Levelling the playing fieldHow regulators can support consumers with mental health problems. December 13, 2017GamblingExploring the links between mental health problems and gambling. November 20, 2017Whose job is it anyway?How mental health practitioners can help people to navigate financial difficulty. October 16, 2017The Shopper StopperAn evaluation of Shopper stopper, the tool designed with Plexus to help give people control over their spending. October 5, 2017Fintech for goodHow financial technology can support people with mental health problems. Katie Evans, Head of Policy [...]July 18, 20172016/17 Annual reviewOur first annual review, assessing our aims and achievements in 2016/17. June 14, 2017Overstretched, overdrawn, underservedFinancial difficulty and mental health at work. May 31, 2017Point of sale creditExploring ‘buy now, pay later’ retail credit and why this may cause financial difficulties for people with mental health problems. May 22, 2017The money and mental health manifestoSetting out our recommendations on how the next government can deliver on breaking the link between financial difficulty and mental health problems, ahead of the 2017 General Election. April 26, 2017Subscription retail: an expensive trapExploring how consumers with mental health problems can be protected from the subscription retail ‘trap’. April 5, 2017Running out of energyExploring adjustments that could be made by the energy market to ensure that people with mental health problems are not disadvantaged as consumers. February 27, 2017Seeing through the fogHow mental health problems affect financial capability. February 8, 2017Responsible retailHow retailers can help consumers with mental help problems to control ‘crisis spending’. February 8, 2017The other one in fourHow financial difficulty is neglected in mental health services. December 2, 2016Strength in numbersExploring issues with third party access to financial services, and how allowing carers access may be beneficial for people with financial problems and poor mental health. November 29, 2016Busting the banks openSetting out the case for a major data study of financial difficulty ahead of the Open Banking launch in 2018. November 10, 2016Night-time shoppingHighlighting the growing problem of the online retail environment for people with mental health problems, especially noting night-time shopping and targeted advertisements. November 9, 2016The missing linkHow access to debt advice alongside IAPT could double recovery rates for people with depression and problem debt. November 2, 2016In controlExploring the psychological drivers of increased spending during periods of poor mental health and exploring a range of possible solutions. July 13, 2016Money on your mindAnalysing the toxic link between financial difficulty and mental health problems. 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