It covers how to handle debts when unwell, work with banks, free debt counselling, specific tips for bipolar disorder or depression sufferers, whether to declare a condition and more.
You can download it from the website.
Having planned it for years, in 2016 Martin founded the big new Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, run by former No. 10 special advisor Polly Mackenzie. The aim is to research, investigate and lobby for change on mental health issues and debt.
As an idea of what it looks at, one area of exploration is giving people tools when they’re well, so they can control themselves when they’re not. For example, spending sprees are common both with clinical depression and bipolar disorder. So being able to put a freeze on your credit file that takes eight weeks to unlock, so you can’t apply meanwhile, would be useful.