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Financial wellbeing

This page provides information, videos and wider resources around financial wellbeing.

For support, information and resources around other areas of colleague health and wellbeing, please visit our health and wellbeing home page or use the quick links section further down this page.


MoneyHelper

MoneyHelper is here to help, so you can move on with life. Here to cut through the jargon and complexity, explain what you need to do and how you can do it. Here to put you in control, with free, impartial help that’s quick to find, easy to use and backed by government. 

Whatever your circumstances or plans, MoneyHelper is on your side. Online, over the phone or face-to-face, we’re here to give you clear money and pensions guidance. We can also point you to trusted services, if you need more support.  

Open to everyone, MoneyHelper is helping people to clear their debts, reduce spending and make the most of their income. To support loved ones, plan ahead for major purchases and find out about entitlements. To build up savings and pensions, and know their options. 

Watch a video explaining more about MoneyHelper.

MoneyHelper recently spoke to colleagues about their free online resources and ways to help with financial struggles.

Visit the resources section of this page to watch recordings of sessions we’ve held around financial wellbeing.

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Resources (click to open)

Resources on this page include videos of previous virtual sessions, videos shared online by experts, links to useful websites, articles and guidelines.


Quick links

Our health and wellbeing pages provide information on a range of topics for colleagues working in health and care across Humber and North Yorkshire. You can use the following links to navigate to a page quickly:

Health and wellbeing home

>> I NEED URGENT HELP

>> Financial wellbeing (you are here)

>> General health and wellbeing

>> Mental health and wellbeing

>> Men’s health

>> Women’s health and the menopause


Get in touch

We are committed to working in partnership across Humber and North Yorkshire to prioritise the health and wellbeing of all colleagues working in health and care.

This page is maintained by the best place to work team and you can get in touch by emailing HNY.Wellbeing@nhs.net.

This page was last updated on Monday 10 June 2024.

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