Over 60,000 debt solution customers gain access to financial and wellbeing benefits as Gregory Pennington and Freeman Jones join forces with Personal Group

Thousands of debt solution customers of Gregory Pennington and Freeman Jones now have access to a complete wellbeing package through a UK first partnership with benefits and insurance provider, Personal Group.

Gregory Pennington, a leading provider of debt advice and solutions, has joined forces with Personal Group, to offer 60,000 customers access to 24 x 7 confidential support via Health Assured, online healthcare service videodoc and a number of retail savings and discounts. This combination will assist with the physical, mental and financial wellbeing of those who need it most.

These services are available to all customers of Gregory Pennington’s Debt Management Plan (DMP) and Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) customers of Freeman Jones. The services are accessed via individual customer portals, either on their mobile phones or other devices.

Deborah Ware, director of Gregory Pennington and Freeman Jones, commented, “Our focus isn’t just on supporting customers to clear their debts, it is also about helping them improve their financial, mental and physical wellbeing. This partnership really elevates our commitment to help improve customers’ wellbeing, maximise their income and manage their finances more easily.”

Doctor Conor O’ Hanlon, medical director at videoDoc said, “Offering videoDoc online health and wellbeing solution shows true consistency in Gregory Pennington’s mission. The flexibility of videoDoc means customers can fit their healthcare needs around their own schedule because they can speak to a GP in minutes, wherever they are.”

Ashley Doody, chief information officer for Personal Group, said, “We know that individuals with financial worries have an increased need for mental and physical wellbeing support. In conjunction with our partners we’re delighted to be working with Deborah and the team at Gregory Pennington to help those at their time of need.”