Sometimes you just need someone to point you in the right direction. We recommend these websites for their accuracy and clarity, and because they are free. Our debt advice follows the same principles.
National Debt Line
National Debt Line offers advice (via phone email or webchat), or you can run through their very comprehensive self-help guide, which covers budgets, maximising your money, and looking at debt options. They also have a comprehensive set of example letters.
Their ‘how to deal with debt’ booklet is also available to be sent to you for free.
Their sister site Business Debt Line will help you with business debts.
Citizens Advice Bureau
The Citizens Advice Bureau will give you links to understand the many different possibilities, and again they can provide specific advice if you require it. They also have a wealth of other information.
Stepchange are another free agency available to help with debt with great information.
Although sometimes hard to navigate, the government’s .gov webpages on escaping debt give up-to-date information on various debt options.
Debt Camel is a unique website offering a personal approach to navigating debt options.
The Turn2Us benefits calculator helps you check which benefits you are entitled to.
Community Money Advice
Code of Conduct
The service offered by the Cambridge Money Advice Centre to the public follows the principles given on this page.
We couldn’t offer this service without our loyal team of trained volunteer advisers, administrators and trustees.
If you wish to find out more about how to join them, please contact us by following the link below.
So how can you support us?
Volunteer - We couldn’t do this without our loyal team of trained volunteer advisers, administrators and trustees.
Donate - As a registered Charity, we rely on donations from our supporters.
- 01223 727455
- Cambridge MAC, c/o Barnwell Baptist Church, Howard Road, Cambridge CB5 8QS