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World Mental Health Day

With one in four people experiencing mental health issues, and the fact that debt and mental health a closely correlated in most research. As part of world mental health day, we thought we’d highlight some of the key things we

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TEXAS and the importance of vulnerability training in debt collection and enforcement

1 in 2 adults in the UK with debt problems has mental health issues. This shocking statistic underlines how important it is for all in the enforcement and debt collection industry to have robust procedures and training for their enforcement

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The impact of debt on the mental health of debtors and creditors

Debt can be both a cause and consequence of mental health problems, impacting on the mental health of those owing money, as well as people with mental health issues being more likely to have debt problems. 1 in 2 British

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Quality mark awarded for our vulnerability training

The Royal College of Psychiatrists, Money Advice Liaison Group, CAB and other organisations have recently approached the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) to call for mandatory vulnerability training for enforcement agents. For many years, here at High Court Enforcement Group, we

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Health and safety for residential evictions

In this article we give you an insight into the health and safety aspects we consider at High Court Enforcement Group prior, during and after the safe eviction of tenants from a residential property. Operational eviction plan When it comes

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Vulnerability, mental health and TEXAS

Vulnerability, mental health and TEXAS In the course of our work we meet debtors of all backgrounds and at all stages in life, including many who are vulnerable and may also be suffering from mental health issues. Many of the

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