Can the Legion help you?
Debt can overwhelm anyone, and it puts untold pressure on individuals and households. If your debts are mounting up and you're worried about how to pay them, the Legion's Benefits and Money Advice service can help.
Our advisers offer free, impartial and confidential advice that will help you to manage and in some cases even get the debt written off.
It has helped me and my husband to look forward to the future debt free.
The benefits and tax credits system is complicated and bewildering - you might be entitled to more than you're getting.
We don't want you to miss out, so our Benefits and Money Advice service will guide you through the confusing rules and application forms and out the other side - hopefully better off.
My rent and council tax all got sorted out which was one of my biggest worries and I got put onto the right benefits.
Unexpected and last-minute costs like funeral expenses, emergency food shortages or the need for a mobility scooter, stair lift or home adaptation can be impossible to meet without help.
We understand this and our Immediate Needs Grants Scheme can help you through the crises as well as help you stay in your home and remain independent for longer.
Helped with a tribunal and helped financially, also provided me with an electric wheelchair - fantastic.
The focal point of the programme is the MoneyForcd website www.MoneyForce.org.uk, created by the Legion working in collaboration with the MOD with funding from Standard Life Charitable Trust.
Covering all aspects of personal finance, the MoneyForce website and associated training programme encourages Service personnel to get 'MoneyFit' by taking control of their own finances.
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For those who live in an area not covered by a Citizens Advice bureau, we have a team of in-house advisers who can help over the telephone. If you are unable to visit a bureau due to mobility, health problems or caring responsibilities, we can arrange for someone to visit you at home.
Your local Benefits and Money Advice caseworker
Contact your local Benefits and Money Advice caseworker directly by phone or email via the link below.
Don't know which office to contact?
Please call our Benefits and Money Advice helpline on 020 3207 2153. Our friendly team will direct you towards your local adviser or you can email us on email@example.com