CAP Debt Relief

CAP_logo_greenServing Bargoed, Tredegar, Blackwood, Ystrad Mynach, Aberbargoed, Markham and surrounding areas, we have partnereed with CAP (Christians Against Poverty) to open the Rhymney Valley Debt Centre.

If you are feeling weighed down by debt, then we can help. You may think your situation is impossible, but there is hope.

Our friendly team will give you a listening ear in the privacy of your own home and provide a real solution to your debts.

Since CAP started helping people out of debt in 1996, they’ve helped thousands of people in situations like yours through our professional service offered by over 200 CAP Debt Centres. Our service is completely free and we will help anyone regardless of their religious beliefs, age, gender, nationality or race.

We will help you become debt free, just call 0800 328 0006 or see the CAP website. (http://capuk.org/)

Praise for our debt relief work:

“I am so excited that we are partnering with CAP to help those in our area who are suffering from the devastating effects of debt. The Debt Centre based at St Gwladys’ Church Hall complements the great work we are already doing in fighting poverty and means we can help people escape from not only the debt itself but also the depression and emotional problems that so often accompany it. By doing this we can share Jesus’ love and compassion in a really practical and easy to understand way. ” – Rev. Jonathan Widdess, Priest-in-Charge of the Parish of Bargoed and Deri with Brithdir

 
“I had the privilege to attend the launch of the Bargoed Christians Against Poverty’s Debt Centre at St Gwladys’ Church Hall in my constituency on Monday, 19th May.
 Initiatives like this are vital in these uncertain economic times, when it comes to supporting vulnerable people who are battling problems of debt.
 This complements the work that the Welsh Government is doing through its Tackling Poverty Action Plan, and its support for credit unions, in order to help combat poverty and social exclusion, with the aim of helping people manage their finances and pull themselves out of debt.” – Jeff Cuthbert Assembly Member for Caerphilly 
 
“As Mayor of Caerphilly Coounty Borough Council  I am delighted to support the churches iniative to alleviate poverty in the area. Poverty and debt are causing appalling social and health problems and every iniative to help people to live a debt free life  is to be applauded. It is also particularly satisfying for me to see that the public, voluntary and religious sectors are involving themselves in the heart of the community and meeting people at the points of their need.” – David Carter, Mayor of Caerphilly County Borough Council