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Armed Forces Covenant - money matters

The challenging economic climate can be even tougher if you are experiencing health issues or are preparing to enter new training or employment.

Welfare Rights and Financial Advice & Benefits Changes 2013

http://www.anglesey.gov.uk/advice-and-benefits/

http://www.anglesey.gov.uk/housing/benefits-are-changing/

It is important to remember there are dedicated Welfare Rights Advisors at the J E O’Toole center in Holyhead or at the Anglesey Citizens Advice Bureau who can help you. They ensure you are receiving the financial assistance and benefits you are entitled to and also help you manage your money. You may also qualify for free school meals or school uniform grants.

To contact the J E O’Toole Center phone 01407 760208

To contact any of the CAB centres please telephone 08444 77 20 20, 24 hours a day. An operator will be available from 10am until 4pm, Monday to Friday (recorded information at any other times)This service is available in English, Welsh and for the hearing impaired.

For more information please visit the Benefit Changes Section on the website

Council Tax and Housing Benefits

You may be able to secure assistance towards the cost of your housing and your Council Tax. You may also qualify for free school meals, school uniform grants or a uniform allowance.
For more information please visit the Benefits Section on the website

Fuel Poverty

There are a number of schemes that offer free or discounted home insulation that can cut the amount of energy use and the amount of money you spend on bills as a result.
Find out more on our fuel poverty page

Blue Badge

This scheme allows people with disabilities to travel more independently and park, with their Blue Badge on display, in areas that may be restricted to others.
For more information please visit the Blue Badge Section on the website

 

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Royal British Legion

Helping service and ex-Service personnel and their families.

Sorted

Sorted!

SORTED! seven charities providing employment related services and support for the Forces community to find and stay in work.

Useful information

Mae'r dudalen yma a'r dogfennau cysylltiedig ar gael yn y Gymraeg. Defnyddiwch y ddolen "Cymraeg" ar ochr dde'r bar uchaf.

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