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Christmas and New Year information.
We work in partnership with other agencies to provide benefits, grants and money advice to residents and businesses.
Information about the support available to help people with the cost of living.
Nest offers free impartial advice to help you save energy, and lower your energy bills.
Discretionary Housing Payments can help people receiving Housing Benefit/Universal Credit with ongoing rent costs, deposits and/or removals.
You may be entitled to a reduction in your Council Tax depending on your income.
Universal Credit is a benefit designed to support people of working age who are on a low income or out of work.
You may be able to claim help with your rent if you are of State Pension age or residing in supported accommodation.
Financial support from free school meals to student loans.
Free, confidential and impartial advice to help people maximise their income, find debt solutions, benefit entitlements, consumer rights and much more.
For those in financial hardship, the Discretionary Assistance Fund provides two types of grant that you do not need to pay back.
If you are worried about paying your mortgage or keeping up with your rent payments there are many ways you can get help and support.
Information about the grants and support available for new or existing businesses.
Grants of up to £5000 are available to fund activities that tackle the issue of loneliness.
Help and advice for people trying to find employment or to further their careers.
Contact the Citizens Advice consumer helpline if you need more help with a consumer problem.
Find out about the help available to change or improve your home, or make it more energy efficient.
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your benefit claim, then you can ask for a reconsideration or appeal the decision.
Report benefit fraud online.
You may get a Cold Weather Payment if you’re getting certain benefits or Support for Mortgage Interest.
Contact WIMLU for help if you, or someone you know, is a victim of illegal money lending or if you think there is a loan shark operating in your area.
Information about state benefits that are taxable and tax-free state benefits.
Find out about the financial support available for individuals.
Denbighshire County Council are working in Partnership with Denbighshire Citizens Advice.
If you were born before 25 September 1957 you could get between £250 and £600 to help you pay your heating bills.
Pension Credit provides extra money to help with living costs for people over State Pension age and on a low income.
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