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One in ten families are struggling with debt

More than 160,000 children across the west country are living in families with debt problems. New research out today shows more than 1 in 10 families in the region are failing to keep up with household bills and loan repayments.

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Where to go for debt advice

Today we are looking in to a new report which suggests that more than 160,000 children across the west country are living in families with debt problems.

Research out today shows more than 1 in 10 families in the region are failing to keep up with household bills and loan repayments.

Below are some useful links to agencies which specialise in helping people who have financial problems.

Step Change: http://www.stepchange.org/

0800 138 1111 Step Change offer a free online advice tool, Debt Remedy, where you can enter your debt details and receive advice in 20 minutes.

My Money Steps: https://www.mymoneysteps.org/

0808 808 4000 My Money Steps is an online service from National Debtline, allowing you to get free online advice, and by phone.

Money Advice Service: https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en

0300 500 5000 Chat to their online team, or call for free, unbiased, independent advice.

Christians Against Poverty: https://www.capuk.org/

01274 760720 A charity set up in 1996, CAP provide money courses, debt help, and have centres set up all over the UK.

Citizens Advice Bureau: http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/

08444 111 444 Citizens Advice can provide online, telephone, and in-person support with branches located throughout the UK.

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