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Find out about the projects we fund which can provide money, housing and welfare advice in Midlothian.

Local money advice projects




Penicuik CAB - Making Advice Work Midlothian

The project helps people across Midlothian with multiple and complex debt problems and those affected by the transition to the new welfare benefits system through information, advice and representation.

14A John St, Town Centre, Penicuik EH26 8AB

01968 675259


Regional/National money advice projects people in Midlothian can access




Stepchange - Debt Advice and Welfare Reform Project

This national project helps people who are affected by debt and connected welfare benefit changes. DAS  accredited advisers are able to help people with complex debt issues

33 Bothwell Street , Glasgow, G2 6NL 
0800 138 1111


Deaf Action Money Advice Project

People with hearing difficulties across Scotland receive debt and money advice via PC and Webcam using BSL. Face-to-face advice is available to people with hearing difficulties in Edinburgh, East Lothian, Midlothian and West Lothian.

Albany St, Edinburgh, Midlothian EH1 3QY
0131 556 3128

Parkhead CAB – Integrated Debt advice and Support Hub: HMP Barlinnie Families with a relative entering or leaving HMP Barlinnie can receive short-term help to stabile the family finances and resolve any crisis debt matters, and also long-term support and advice on budgeting and financial planning through group and one to one sessions.

1361 Gallowgate, Glasgow, G31 4DN

0141 550 5907



The Action Group - Knowing Your Stuff Assists people with learning disabilities by giving information and advice on money and debt issues through one-to-advice sessions and workshops.

57 Albion Gardens, Edinburgh EH7 5QY

0131 475 2315


Regional welfare advice projects people in Midlothian can access




Shelter - Making Advice Work for Gypsy Travellers The project provides money and benefits advice to travellers’ sites in Edinburgh, Midlothian and Borders through on-site outreach and telephone advice.

Scotiabank House, 6 South Charlotte Street, Edinburgh EH2 4AW

0344 515 2490


Scottish Women's Rights Centre Provides information, advice and representation on civil issues to women affected by gender based violence.

08088 010 789
(Runs every Wednesday 1.30pm-4.30pm)


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