Financial Health Centre
The Financial Health Centre (FHC) opened in September 2018 in Bethnal Green and is open to all residents of the borough. It brings a range of benefits specialists plus training and employment organisations together under one roof. It is a one-stop shop to help people manage their finances or get back into work or training. The service runs in partnership with the following organisations:
• Citizens’ Advice
• The Limehouse Project
• Women's Inclusive Team
• Tower Hamlets Council
The FHC is here to help the residents of Tower Hamlets with:
• Welfare Benefits
• Universal Credit
• Money Management
• Training & Job search
Contact the Financial Health Centre
Residents of the borough can contact the Financial Health Centre on 020 7364 2200. The centre is located at Raynham House, Massingham St, E1 4EB however please telephone first as due to coronavirus restrictions the drop-in and appointment service is currently restricted.
Training & Employment
Keep an eye on this page to see who will be our new delivery partner for employment who will be working with THH residents looking to get into training and/or to secure employment in various sectors.
Developing Potential Women’s Development Programme
Our partners Limehouse Project, Account3 and Women’s Inclusive Team are delivering an exciting programme which involves the Aspire course (short and currently online to build; confidence and motivation, time management, communication, skills audit and career planning). Beneficiaries are further supported through referrals to our vocational training such as Early Years Childcare level 1 and level 2, supporting work in schools (Teaching Assistant) which are delivered with partners Account3, Functional Skills English, Business Admin and more.
For more information please contact email@example.com or 07826 566 635/ 07826 568 495.
THH is all about encouraging and unlocking residents potential and with our enterprise projects we try to provide those interested in taking their innovative business ideas to the next stage a helping hand via training promotion and small pots of potential funding to get ideas off the ground.
Keep an eye on this page to find out when our next Enterprise project starts.
As more and more services move online and especially after the pandemic, we have programmes that look to keep our residents in touch with one another along with having the training and confidence to use online services such as banking, applying for various services such as jobs and benefits to on-line shopping!
THH will have Money Mentors on hand to help our residents potentially save money on things like switching energy suppliers, best mortgage/lending rates and generally how to best shop for cheaper products/renewals of various services.