Posted: 15.10.20 at 08:25 by The Editor
Help is now available (free of charge) for anyone in the BA11 area struggling with debt.
Holy Trinity Church in Frome has opened a new Debt Counselling Centre in partnership with the UK debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP).
Debt is destructive. It affects family relationships. It affects health. It can be very isolating.
CAP can provide people with a route out of debt. Their motto is “Always Hope.”
The Debt Centre is being managed by Phil Gray supported by a team of volunteers.
Phil has been given extensive training by CAP to offer a face-to-face, tried-and-tested professional service which will see people escape the debt trap and get their lives back on track.
CAP has around 300 church-based debt help centres across the UK offering a free service.
TV’s Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has described CAP as “unsurpassed” in its in-depth service which encourages and supports each household to repay what they owe - or go through an insolvency - until the day they are debt free.
You can find out more about them here:
How can I get help?
It all starts with a simple phone call to CAP.
Phil will usually then make three home visits but these will take place on the phone instead during the pandemic.
If this is you, don’t delay. Give CAP a call today (free) on 0800 328 0006.
You may think your situation is impossible but there is hope.
CAP is there to give a listening ear - and provide a practical solution to help you become debt free.
Making that first call can be hard, but the sooner you ring, the sooner you will have peace of mind.