Money Advice

At CCHA we are committed to providing support and money advice to our residents.

We have a Money Advice & Financial Inclusion Service to help you resolve the issues you are 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

•             Debt Advice – to help you understand your options for dealing with any debts


If you have any difficulty paying your rent then please contact us immediately. We can assist you to put plans in place to get back on track, if you would like a chat or to make an appointment please contact us by:


Telephone: 0800 085 1171



We can also signpost you to other organisations that can provide you with advice and support, please see links below.



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 provides saving accounts and loans, sometimes other services to its members.

Citizens Advice provide advice online, by phone or in person on the subjects:

- benefits

- work

- debt and money

- consumer

- family

- housing

- law and courts

- immigration

- health

If they are unable to assist themselves that work in partnership with Pension Wise, Money Advice Service and Cancer Support.

Give free and impartial money advice.  They have advice and guides to help improve finances; tools and calculators to help keep track and keep ahead, and offer support over the phone or online. Subjects covered are debts and borrowing; homes and mortgages; budgeting and saving; work and benefits, retirement; family, car and travel, insurance.

Utility switching websites, but some also compare insurances and savings accounts, leisure activities, broadband and mobile phone deals.

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We understand that peoples financial circumstance change, and that is why we have partnered with IE Hub. IE Hub is a free online tool that lets you share your financial information with companies you owe money to.

How it works

Have you been asked to complete an income and expenditure form? Possibly by us, a water company, or someone else you’ve borrowed money from? IE Hub is an electronic way to help. It removes the stressful phone calls and puts you in control of the information you share.

IE Hub lets you build a budget and share it with the companies who need it. By using IE Hub you can see your financial information in one place. And, if your circumstances change, you can update your information and share it again. IE Hub is also secure, meaning your personal information is completely safe. Only you decide who sees it. Click the button below to visit the IE website.