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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Information and guidance.
All of Wales is at alert level 4. What you need to do at alert level 4 (Welsh Government website).
For information and guidance during the coronavirus pandemic, please visit denbighshire.gov.uk/coronavirus
Denbighshire County Council are working in Partnership with Denbighshire Citizens Advice.
Find out about the financial support available for individuals.
If you have been told to self-isolate on or after 23 October 2020 by NHS Wales TTP service, you may be entitled to Financial Support.
How to apply for help with rent.
You may be entitled to a reduction on your council tax depending on your income.
Information about state benefits that are taxable and tax-free state benefits (GOV.UK).
If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your benefit claim, then you can ask for a reconsideration or appeal the decision.
Financial support from free school meals to student loans.
The Discretionary Assistance Fund provides 2 types of grant that you do not need to pay back (Welsh Government website).
You may get a Cold Weather Payment if you’re getting certain benefits or Support for Mortgage Interest (GOV.UK).
Contact the Citizens Advice consumer helpline if you need more help with a consumer problem.
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.
Universal Credit is a benefit designed to support people of working age who are on a low income or out of work.
Find out about the help available to change or improve your home, or make it more energy efficient.
Find out what funds are available for your community.
Find out if you or your team is eligible for funding.
This bursary has been set up to help employed people aged 18-35 in Denbighshire who are earning below the county median wage.
Report benefit fraud online.
Free and impartial money advice, set up by government.
The official body that funds and develops the arts in Wales.
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