Other services and resources
We can help you with all kinds of money matters including budgeting, welfare benefits, dealing with debt, employment and getting online. Call us on 020 3535 3535 or email us today.
Managing your tenancy
If you’re struggling to pay your rent and bills, or if you’re at risk of eviction, our METTS (Metropolitan tenancy sustainment service) team could help. They provide tailored one-to-one support covering everything from dealing with debt and budgeting skills to managing your home. Contact us to find out more on 020 3535 3535 or email our team who work with customers in London and East Anglia or our team working with customers in the East Midlands.
Home contents insurance
Protect your belongings with our great deal on home contents insurance, exclusively for Metropolitan customers.
Getting into work or training
We have a team that offers personalised career advice and guidance for Metropolitan customers. Whether you have been unemployed for some time, have been made redundant, want to get back into work after a career break or are looking for your first job after leaving school or college, why not get in contact with our Metroployment team so we can help you on your journey into work.
As well as our own dedicated team of experts, there are a number of agencies who offer free help with money issues.
StepChange offers money advice online or over the phone. Metropolitan residents have a hotline to the service, which means queries are fast tracked – please call freephone 0808 168 6713.
Citizens Advice gives free, independent, confidential and impartial advice online, at local offices or by phone.
The Money Advice Service offers free and impartial advice online and over the phone, along with numerous tools and guides to help you with your finances.
Lambeth FACE provides advice and support on all aspects of money, including welfare benefits and debt management, to social housing tenants in Lambeth.
Sound as a Pound helps social housing residents in Nottingham City get the most out of their money with free advice, support and guidance.
MoneySavingExpert.com is the UK’s biggest consumer website. It has many guides and ideas for finding deals and saving cash.
Age UK has money tools, tips and advice for older people.