Health and social care

Health and social care services from the council, the NHS and others.

Services and information

Adults

Information, advice and assistance for adults.

Children, young people and families

Advice and support for families, report a child at risk, information about fostering, adoption and more.

Safeguarding

Information on protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults from abuse or neglect.

Support for people with disabilities or impairments

Information on the support available to people with disabilities and/or impairments.

Carers

If you care for someone, we can support you in your caring role.

Housing support

Find out what to do when it may not be possible to stay living safely at home.

Domestic abuse

There are a number of organisations that can help if you or someone you know suffer from domestic abuse.

Mental health

Mental health information and services.

Well-being

Well-being information and services.

Health services

Find GPs, dentists and other NHS services in your area.

Social care training

We provide free training courses for providers of social care across the whole sector in Denbighshire.

Support Budgets

A Support Budget is the sum of money required to purchase care and support for people who are eligible for support from their local authority.

Advocacy

Information and guidance on advocacy.

Social services factsheets

A series of public information factsheets, to give details about the work we do and how we can help you.

Single Point of Access

Information about the about the Single Point of Access

Substance misuse

Support and guidance for people affected by the misuse of alcohol, illegal drugs, or over-the-counter or prescription medications.

Sensory loss

Information about the support available for people with sensory loss such as deafness, hard of hearing, blindness, vision impairment or deafblindness.

Autism

Information about the support available for people on the autism spectrum and their families.

Dementia

What is dementia, how to get help and how the Council is working toward becoming dementia friendly.