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The Money House

The Money House delivers tenancy sustainment and financial education to 16–25-year-olds. The Money House is a homelessness prevention project working with 16–25-year-olds, covering a range of topics in personal finances and housing. Topics include:

·         Budgeting

·         Banking

·         Debt and Borrowing

·         Tenancies

·         Household costs

·         Income and Tax

·         Benefits

·         Money habits and goals

·         Employability

·         Consumer Rights

·         Money Mules and Scams


There is no cost to organisations for referring young people and Money House cover travel expenses and provide breakfast and lunch whilst young people are with them. It is a Scotland-wide service and they deliver in-person sessions in Glasgow, mobile sessions further afield and virtual sessions for all, so they can reach every corner of the country.  If you would like to register interest, please email 


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Customer Service Excellence AwardCyber Essentials Certification Inverclyde Common Housing Register Living Wage Accreditation    Keep Safe Logo  Scottish Federation of Housing Associations Member Scottish Housing Regulator Scottish Public Services Ombudsman