Our Partnerships

Money Advice West

We are the lead agency for this formal partnership funded by the Money and Pensions Service. With over funding of over £1 million a year, our seven partner agencies deliver free, independent debt advice to over 6500 citizens living across Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and Gloucester. To find out more about this partnership and the agencies involved, please keep reading.

Money Advice West

A partnership of seven advice agencies providing free, independent debt advice across Bristol and the surrounding areas. Alongside Talking Money, the following advice agencies work in this partnership:

Citizens Advice Bristol

Offering services in Bristol
0117 946 2564

North Bristol Advice Centre

Offering services in North Bristol and South Glos
0117 951 5751

South Bristol Advice Services

Offering services in South Bristol
0117 985 1122

St Pauls Advice Centre

Offering services in Easton and St Pauls, Bristol
0117 955 2981

GL Communities

Offering services in Gloucester and Stroud
01452 505544 / 01452 306581

Citizens Advice North Somerset

Offering services across North Somerset
01934 836201

South Gloucestershire Advice Services

Free, independent advice and support across South Gloucestershire funded by South Gloucestershire Council and provided by Age UK South Glos; Bristol Law Centre; Citizens Advice South Glos; North Bristol Advice Centre and Talking Money.

BOOST Finance

Offers advice and support to increase financial opportunities to the local community of Barton Hill and surrounding areas. Funded by Bristol City Council and provided by Barton Hill Settlement; BRAVE Enterprise; Somali Resource Centre and Talking Money.

WHAM (Warmer Homes, Advice & Money)

Help with energy bills and usage, practical measures to make homes safe, secure and warm, benefits, budgeting and debt. Funded by Bristol City Council and provided by the Centre for Sustainable Energy; WE Care & Repair; and Talking Money.

Peony Project

Delivery of debt, budgeting and benefits workshops to women who are moving-on from street sex work. The women have complex needs and vulnerabilities so sessions are adapted to fit around their needs.

HMP Leyhill

Delivery of debt, budgeting and benefits workshops to male long-term prisoners due to be released. The men often have additional needs and due to their long sentences are out of touch with how to manage their money in a digital society.

Solon Housing Association

Supporting Solon’s tenants with the full range of money advice services, increasing incomes, supporting those with long term illness and disabilities and increasing tenants’ financial inclusion.