Make Every Contact Count for Fuel Poverty
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Fuel poverty relates to households that cannot meet their energy needs at a reasonable cost. Living in fuel poverty can exacerbate health issues such as heart attacks, strokes, bronchitis, and asthma. Each year 10,000 people die because of living in a cold home. Fuel poverty can seriously impact on an individual’s mental health and is a known risk factor for suicide. (NEA 2022). This Our training is free to professionals and volunteers working across South Tyneside. Get in touch to find out more.