Help for households and businesses
- Energy and water bills
- Rugby Foodbank
- Debt and money advice
- Access to affordable loans at Rugby Credit Union
- Support to find work and advice on benefits
- Cheaper broadband and phone packages
- Help to furnish your home
- Support for armed forces or ex-forces personnel
- Support for young people
- Help for businesses
- Other useful information
Debt and money advice
Rugby Citizens Advice offers free, impartial advice on a wide range of issues, including debt and money problems.
Support includes help in securing a debt management plan, advice on managing mortgage or rent arrears, and guidance on budgeting.
If you have multiple debt issues, Rugby Citizens Advice also offers a specialised casework service.
You can call Rugby Citizens Advice from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, on the freephone advice line: 0808 2505715.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Rugby Citizens Advice office at Chestnut House, 32 North Street, Rugby, CV21 2AG (entrance via North Street car park) during drop-in sessions, which take place from 10am to 2pm, Monday to Friday.
Christians Against Poverty (CAP) offers a range of free services to help tackle debt.
CAP's Rugby Debt Centre, run in partnership with Bilton Evangelical Church, can provide practical and emotional support to help you deal with debt.
You can call CAP's Rugby Debt Centre on 0800 3280006.