CAP Debt Centre
Our well established and experienced team at Mercy Central’s CAP debt centre offer an award-winning service. For anyone feeling weighed down or overwhelmed by debt call 0800 328 0006 to book a visit from one of our trained debt coaches. The caseworker team at CAP head office negotiate debt repayment terms with creditors and the team from Mercy Central provide ongoing support for our clients until they become debt free. All of our services are free and available to anyone.
For more information visit How CAP Can Help.
CAP Job Club
Our CAP Job Club is a friendly place where you will get practical help as you seek employment. Join one of our 8-week ‘Steps to employment’ courses to look at subjects such as understanding your skills, CV writing, and interview technique, with input from local employers and experts. During our drop-in sessions every week there is the opportunity for further support in job searches and applications.
For more information about our ‘Steps to employment’ course visit CAP Job Clubs.
To book a place on our next course call free 0800 328 0006.
CAP Money Course
Mercy Central provides the CAP Money course – free to individuals and suitable for anyone regardless of income, whether or not they are in debt. The aim of this money education course is to equip individuals with simple budgeting tools to help prevent them from getting into financial difficulty in the first place.
To find out when our next course is running, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mercy Central are pleased to be partnering with the charity Chapter 2. Chapter 2, working with churches, aim to provide a male mentor and a community of men for boys growing up without a father.
For more information on Chapter 2, please visit their website Chapter2.org.uk.
CAP is passionate about releasing people from a life sentence of debt, poverty and their causes. Through their services, which are all run through local churches, they are tackling poverty head-on. CAP’s vision is to bring freedom and good news to people in every community.
BWA provides advice, support and refuge services to victims of domestic abuse and provides information and education on the subject to make the case for effective action against domestic violence, intimidation and psychological abuse and for policies that support victims of abuse.
Helpline: 0118 950 4003