Rachel joins Money and Mental Health after two decades working in the voluntary advice sector. She took on a number of roles, including specialist money adviser, service delivery manager, CEO of a local Citizens Advice and consultant. Rachel holds an MA in Public and Social Administration from Brunel University and has lived experience of mental health issues, both as a carer and a service user. Rachel’s work at Money and Mental Health will focus on understanding the relationship between financial difficulty and mental health crisis.
- The role of essential services in preventing suicide March 21, 2019 -
- Event catch-up: launching ‘The benefits assault course’ report in Parliament March 11, 2019 -
- How to make the benefits system more accessible for people with mental health problems March 4, 2019 -
- Being your own boss: the upsides and challenges for people with mental health problems November 15, 2018 -
- Informal borrowing and mental health problems: our new research May 10, 2018 -