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Press releases will be updated here on a regular basis so keep checking here for the most up-to-date news.

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Charity tackling poor mental health through job clubs

calendar18 May 2016

CAP finds partner churches are not just finding people work but boosting their social life too.

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One in four with crisis debt suffers mental ill-health

calendar14 May 2016

Debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has found that at least a quarter of all its clients suffers from poor mental health.

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Demand Soars for Free Debt Help

calendar11 April 2016

A debt charity has seen demand rocket by 38 per cent since the start of 2016.

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CAP in the news

BBC Radio 4 You and Yours - 03 May 2016

Debt and Mental Illness special with Martin Lewis Read the article here.

BBC Radio Solent - 11 April 2016

BBC's Julian Clegg talks to CAP Job Club which has seen success finding employment for people in Portsmouth. Read the article here.

Daily Telegraph - 05 April 2016

Martin Lewis talks about the link between debt and mental health - and where to go for help. Read the article here.

ITV & UTV - 21 March 2016

Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis recommends CAP for people struggling financially and emotionally. Read the article here.

Northern Echo - 08 March 2016

Church trains to help people quit smoking Read the article here.

BBC Online - 04 March 2016

Journalist Kevin Peachey investigates basic bank accounts - and CAP's experience. Read the article here.

The Independent - 26 February 2016

Consumers are saving less now than they have in the past 50 years - includes stats from CAP Read the article here.

Daily Record - 26 February 2016

Grandmother reveals how spiralling debts plunged her into depths of despair. Read the article here.


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