Reach Money Advice

Free debt advice at Reach Resource Centre

 

If you or someone you know needs help and advice, please contact us on 01440 268003 or drop-in to the Reach Resource Centre.

 

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The Reach Resource Centre is open


Monday to Friday
2:00pm - 5:00pm

 

 

 

Reach Money Advice
Telephone: 01440 268003
Email: info@reachhaverhill.org.uk

 

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Our track record

Reach has its roots in debt counselling as this is where we started back in 2005. Since then we have helped many people with money management and debt issues. In 2014, working in partnership with Community Money Advice, we brought our debt counselling service fully in-house, re-launching as Reach Money Advice.

 

Make sure you check out the life stories section. You are not alone. Many other people have found themselves in difficulties.

 

Why debt?
Debt affects people from all walks of life. It is so easy to get into and so difficult to get out of. Sadly, its impacts can be devastating – family relationships deteriorate and breakdown, people feel isolated and marginalised, they suffer from stress, depression and ultimately despair, overwhelmed by a problem they think they can do nothing about1417002613cmawebpicvs4.

 

What we offer
Reach Money Advice is free and open to anyone from Haverhill and the surrounding area, regardless of gender, race or belief. The service can be accessed through the Reach Resource Centre, open on a drop-in basis, Monday to Friday, 2:00 – 5:00pm. Once someone has met initially with a trained advisor and the need for Reach Money Advice support is identified, a further timed appointment will be agreed outside drop-in times. This follow-up appointment allows advisor and client to look at the details, consider how best to resolve the issues raised and begin to work out a debt management plan.

 

At Reach we have always had the desire to get to the root of people’s problems. Helping to release people from debt is a core part of what we are about. There is nothing which ‘restores dignity and revives hope’ in more concrete a way than working with clients to reduce and eliminate their debt burden.


 

 

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