Alongside the contact details below, some useful information which might be of help.
Leek United Building Society
'Struggling to pay your mortgage'
Our leaflet provides a number of helpful organisations who may be able to help you if you're struggling to pay your mortgage.
National Homelessness Advice Service (NHAS)
'Are you worried about your mortgage'
www.nhas.org.uk/public/guides-leaflets - advice on what you should do and who to contact if you think you will find it difficult to pay your mortgage.
Building Societies Association (BSA)
'Can't pay your mortgage? Help is at hand.'
http://www.bsa.org.uk/consumers/mortgages/mortgage-consumer-fact-sheets/can-t-pay-your-mortgage/ - a useful leaflet produced by our trade body.
Money Advice Trust
Address: 50 St. Edward Street, Leek, Staffordshire. ST13 5DL
Offers you help with housing, mortgage debt or problems with welfare benefits. Phone the free housing advice helpline from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week (some mobile phone networks may charge for calls to this number).
Offers a structured programme of advice on how to manage your money.
Provides a free, confidential and independent telephone advice service.
Free, confidential and independent advice for self-employed people and small businesses.
Free confidential advice on debt problems.
Free and impartial government guidance about your defined contribution pension options.
Free, independent and impartial information and guidance about pensions.
Offer financial advice for cancer sufferers and survivors.
Aims to make it easier for the public to get legal help and advice - look on its website for details of agencies in your area.
Your local office can tell you if you are eligible for any state benefits - look in your phone book for details.
(money, tax and benefits link) for information about tax credits.