Money guidance

At CCHA, we're committed to providing support and money guidance to our residents.

Our money advice and financial inclusion service aims to help you resolve any issues you're having with your rent payments, and sustain your tenancy.


We can help you with;


•             Benefits checks - are you claiming everything you’re entitled to?

•             Budgeting advice - to help you manage and prioritise your finances effectively


If you're having any difficulty paying your rent, please contact us straight away. We can help you put plans in place to get back on track. If you would like a chat or want to make an appointment please contact us by:


Telephone: 0800 085 1171



We've put some information together on what support is currently available to help with the cost of living, as per the document below. There are also lots of other organisations that can provide you with advice and support, and there are more links underneath that we hope you find useful. 

Money Advice

The organisations below can provide you with advice and guidance on money matters.

Details regarding benefits, pensions, taxation and many more subjects.


Credit Unions are financial co-operatives which provide savings accounts and loans, and sometimes other services, to their members.

Citizens Advice provide advice online, by phone or in person on a range of issues including:

  • benefits
  • work
  • debt and money
  • consumer
  • family
  • housing
  • law and courts
  • immigration
  • health

They also work in partnership with Pension Wise, the Money Advice Service and Cancer Support.

MoneyHelper brings together three 'legacy' websites of the Money Advice Service, Pension Wise and The Pensions Advisory Service and is there to help make money and pension choices clearer. The site has a wealth of advice on a range of money and pension topics. It also includes tools and calculators to help you quickly work out the figures you need for some of the most common money situations people find themselves in.  


The links below will take you to these utility switching websites. Some of them also compare insurance and savings accounts, leisure activities, broadband and mobile phone deals:






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