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This directory is an online database that allows you to search for voluntary and community organisations that work with offenders and their families in England and Wales. Organisations can be searched for through the location a person is in, the name of the organisation, a list of all organisations and there is also a general search. Listing and registering your organisation's details is free.
The Skills for Life Network Knowledgebase is a searchable bank of all the information held on the site for professionals and those interested in skills for life. Examples include employability and education skills.
Money Advice Map is an internet search facility for the nearest free and independent face-to-face money and legal advice centres. The search facility includes key information relating to the nature of the agencies' work, opening times and eligible postcodes.
Promotes greater access to financial services for people who have been in prison.
Financial Learning Online is funded by the Scottish Government and managed by Learning and Teaching Scotland for people who are involved in setting up and running financial learning projects for adults in Scotland.
‘Enables community groups to establish local debt advice centres, through the provision of a range of services’ including, training, a freephone adviceline, mentors, IT and information.
An independent, not-for-profit website, providing information on rights and legal issues on topics such as benefits, tax credits, evictions, repossessions and debt recovery.
A charity set up to ‘increase the quality and availability of free, independent money advice in the UK’. Provides training, information and advises people and businesses with debt problems through helplines. Money Advice Trust fundraises and provides grant to support organisations helping people in debt.
Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) is a coalition of four national charities – Clinks, DrugScope, Homeless Link and Mind – formed to influence policy and services for adults with multiple needs and exclusions. Together the charities represent over 1600 frontline organisations working in the criminal justice, drug and drug treatment, homelessness and mental health sectors
A free and independent UK-wide network for people committed to practising and promoting financial inclusion for the benefit of individual people experiencing hardship and poverty as a result of financial exclusion. Transact was developed to promote best practice, support cohesion across the financial inclusion sector, as well as to raise awareness of the need for the expansion of financial inclusion work within other sectors.
Transact acts as a resource for practitioners and facilitates links with policy-makers, influencers, funders, Government, the financial services industry and other associations to support shared thinking and common goals for financial inclusion as well as to proactively promote a diversity of solutions.