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A guide to #MentalWealth

Your finances and your mental health working in harmony.
That's credit done right

You're not alone, really

Money worries can sometimes affect our mental health. Sadly, these two topics are the elephants in the room that so many of us ignore. Research* shows that:

1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem of some kind each year

1 in 4
50%

50% of us feel stressed about our finances. Yet only

16%

16% of us are comfortable talking to our financial provider about vulnerabilities like mental health.

Our #MentalWealth promise to you

To listen, without judgement

Talking about mental health doesn't have to be uncomfortable. All of our customer support teams are trained to make those tricky conversations easier.

You’ll only need to tell us once

Rest assured, once you’ve let us know what you’re going through, you won’t have to repeat the details every time you contact us.

To help manage your account

We'll work with you to find a manageable solution to get yourself sorted.

Developed in partnership with Rethink Mental Illness

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Steps to get you started

These resources are developed by Mental Health & Money Advice, a service that is delivered in England by Rethink Mental Illness opens in a new tab, a charity we've proudly partnered with for years.

The Stress Bucket illustration image

The Stress Bucket

When there’s a lot on your mind, it can feel like a bucket overflowing. Take some simple steps to stop your worries piling up.

Download file: Manage your Stress Bucket (pdf - 471kb)  opens in a new tab
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The Avoidance Cycle

Unpaid bills, niggling to-do lists… Putting things off can leave you chasing your tail. A simple conversation could break the cycle.

Download file: Break the Avoidance Cycle (pdf - 318kb)  opens in a new tab
Mental Health & Money Toolkit

Mental Health and Money Toolkit

Take control of your money worries with this series of useful guides and activities. They could help you to better understand your situation and make positive changes.

Provided by

Mental Health & Money Advice, delivered in England by Rethink Mental Illness

A worthwhile cause

Over the years, we’ve all pitched in to support Rethink Mental Illness opens in a new tab . Our teams have raised over £150,000 through various events since 2017, from coffee mornings and cycle tournaments to the National Three Peaks Challenge.

*Research: Capital One 2020 and Health Survey for England 2014, NHS Digital.