Money worries can get us all down from time to time, or may worsen existing mental and wellbeing problems, but you do not need to face these problems alone.
Here are links to further sources of support to help you through the cost-of-living crisis.
Citizens Advice Scotland
The Citizens Advice network in Scotland provides free, confidential and impartial advice about debt and money worries in a variety of ways, including online and via your local Citizens Advice Bureau.
NHS inform: Coping with money worries
NHS inform, Scotland's national health information service, has a dedicated Coping with money worries webpage, featuring videos and sources of support for practical advice about money worries and the cost of living.
Mental health and money advice
The Mental Health and Money Advice webpage provides resources on managing your money and mental health.
Advice about debt management
National Debtline can give free impartial advice and their cost of living hub gives information about extra help that might be available to you.
Information for young people
The YoungScot website is updated regularly with new offers, tips on saving money, benefits and links to mental health support.
Information for older people
Age UK has collated information to help older people feel more in control of their finances.
If you need urgent support
If you need urgent help and would like to speak with someone right now, please contact one of these organisations:
A confidential out of office hours telephone line for people over 16 experiencing low mood, anxiety or depression.
Phone: 0800 83 85 87
Shout 85258 is the UK's first free, confidential, 24/7 text support service. It's a place to go if you're struggling to cope and need mental health support.
Phone: Text 85258
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