Community Money Advice (CMA) is a national charity that for eleven years has enabled community groups to establish local, free to client, face to face debt advice services, through the provision of a range of services including: industry standard training; LSC approved sample policies and procedures; a freephone Adviceline; regional Operations Support Managers; administration software and information resources. We are committed to supporting churches and other community groups with a vision to help people overcome their money problems and make a fresh start on a stable financial footing free from the blight of indebtedness.
CMA has a network of over 100 affiliated advice centres across the country. Each year these centres help thousands of people escape from the blight of indebtedness by providing free, unconditional, fully confidential advice and practical support to people from all walks of life. Advice is specific to each client's needs and advisers will give as much time and support as required until debts have been repaid and financial stability achieved; whilst the whole process also includes developing good money management skills.
You are lifesavers. I didn’t know what to do or where to go and was ready to do something stupid. You have shown me that my life is worth living. (Mr D, CMA client)