Money and Mental Health - Advice Service - Kent and Medway

Money and Mental Health - Advice Service - Kent and Medway

The Suicide Prevention Programme have partnered with Citizens Advice and are offering a new service to help support and advise individuals with both money and mental health problems. This is a free service available for anyone in Kent and Medway who has both a money and mental health problem. 

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    About Dads Unlimited

    Dads Unlimited is a charity that supports mental health for men. We work with Dads to create positive co-parenting environments to improve the lives of the children of separated families and we work with male-victims of domestic abuse. You can find out more on our website

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