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Financial stress and getting help
Don’t be afraid to ask for help. The events of the past year have left a lot of people experiencing hardship. If you’ve found yourself financially affected by COVID-19, get in touch. Good Shepherd can help you navigate the complex services, grants and supports available, including step-by-step support to access hardship arrangements with your landlord or utility providers. And we can refer you today to our free in-house financial counsellors if needed. Call 1300 033 335
Financial stress and easy credit
Good Shepherd takes responsible lending seriously, and wants to improve your situation - not make it worse. Be aware of the dangers of ‘easy credit’, watch this video to learn more. Call 1300 033 335
to access free financial support from Good Shepherd.
The difference between safe and dangerous credit
Unexpected expenses can happen in everyday life. You may have to dip into your savings to repair a car or buy a new fridge. But if you don’t have the cash to, sometimes a small loan can help. If that’s the case, you need to be aware of dangerous credit traps that can make a stressful situation worse. Read more
and call 1300 033 335
for free financial advice.