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Home Resident Benefits and grants Universal Credit Universal Credit is changing in October 2021

Universal Credit is changing in October 2021

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The UK Government Universal Credit COVID Uplift is being phased out in September 2021. After this date, the £20 per week (£86.67 per month) uplift will no longer be paid within your Universal Credit entitlement, so your payment will be reduced.

It is important that you start thinking about how this will affect you and your family. Support to help you manage this change is available from:

Citizens Advice Conwy (open Mon to Fri 9am – 4.30pm)

They provide budgeting advice and support and other help with employment, debt, welfare benefit, energy or any other issue in regards to your financial wellbeing.

Tel: 01745 828705
Email: advicecyngor@caconwy.org.uk
Website: https://cabconwy.webs.com

Attend Anywhere Link (open Mon to Fri 9.30am – 3pm)

Welfare Rights Team, CCBC

They provide free and confidential advice, including benefits check and help with claims and appeals.

Opening Hours: Mon to Thurs 9am – 5pm / Friday 9am – 4.45pm
Tel: 01492 576605
Email: welfare.rights@conwy.gov.uk

Benefits Team, CCBC

Information on Foodbank referrals.

Opening Hours: Mon to Thurs 9am – 5pm / Friday 9am – 4.45pm
Tel: 01492 576491
Email: benefits@conwy.gov.uk

Citizens Advicelink Cymru (open Mon to Fri 9am – 5pm)

Tel: 0800 702 2020 (freephone)

Help with debt and managing your money

Money Helper (provided by the Money and Pensions Service)

National Debtline


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