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Information about the help and support available for children and young people in school.
If you are not sure about what support is available to you, Advicelink Cymru can help you check what you are entitled to and help you claim what’s yours.
Find out more about Advicelink Cymru (external website)
If you receive certain benefits you can apply for free school meals for your child.
Citizens Advice Denbighshire provide free, confidential and impartial advice and campaign on big issues affecting people's lives.
Discretionary Housing Payments can help people receiving Housing Benefit/Universal Credit with ongoing rent costs, deposits and/or removals.
Some parents are entitled to a grant towards the cost of school uniforms and equipment.
To help with the rising costs-of-living, we are working with Welsh Government so that every primary school pupil will be offered free school meals by 2024.
You may be eligible to receive a £30 weekly EMA award depending on your age, if you live in Wales and are studying an eligible full-time academic or vocational course.
Free period products for students (aged 8 to 18) and residents on low-income benefits in Denbighshire.
Our Cost of Living roadshows provide information and advice about the support available to help people with the cost of living.
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