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Everyday costs are going up, and this can make it hard to manage your budget. We’ve collected some of our best money-saving tips, as well as a breakdown of the support you can get when spending less doesn’t go far enough.
We can make sure you’re getting all the benefits you’re entitled to. If you’ve been putting off paying bills, or you’re finding the whole thing confusing and stressful, we can sit down with you and go through your bills together.
Plan your meals for the whole week and do your weekly shop in one go at the supermarket. Local corner shops are generally more expensive, weekly shops can help you avoid making lots of little trips to the corner shop during the week.
Everyone should be able to access enough food. If you’re struggling to afford food, we can help you access food vouchers, put you in touch with food banks, and fight for you if you’re not getting the benefits you’re entitled to.
At our MAP drop-in centres, you can use our computers, phone, wifi for free. We can help you find cheap phone contracts and make sure you’re not paying more than you need to for your internet and any other bills.
You can get one-to-one advice and support from MAP with things like debt advice, paying bills, food insecurity, housing issues, accessing benefits, knowing your rights, and lots more. If you need some support, get in touch.
As long as you're aged 11-25 and live in Norfolk, anyone can come to MAP for free, confidential advice and support.