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Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn - Isle of Anglesey County Council

Cost of living support

There is a lot of advice and sources of information available, and it can be very complicated. This is a summary of the main financial help, sources of information and the most up-to-date support available. 

We want to keep an up-to-date directory of any further help and support that is available. If you are aware of a service or organisation that could help local people that is not listed here, please send the information to

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Organisations that can help

Organisations that can give you advice about debts, benefits and support.

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Benefits and payments

A list of benefits and payments that can directly help with the cost of living.

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Help with household costs

Advice about rent, mortgages, utility costs, fuel payments, food banks and free school meals, phones, internet and female hygeine products.

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Moving to Universal Credit

How moving to Universal Credit will affect you.

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Mental health and wellbeing support

Looking after your mental health and wellbeing.

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Help with pregnancy and childcare

Grants, payments and advice about childcare.

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Homeless or threathened with homelessness

People you can talk to if you are homeless, or threatened with homelessness - people who will help.

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Warm spaces

Find out about the network of places that can offer people in Anglesey, who are struggling with the cost of living, a warm welcome by offering a warm shelter, a chat or a cup of tea.

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Unpaid carers

Carers organisations who provide advice, information and support to unpaid carers in Wales.

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Support for veterans

The council is working with the UK Armed Forces Charity to support veterans experiencing financial hardship.

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Welsh Government advice

Get support and advice from Welsh Government to help you with the increased cost of living.

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Tackling Poverty Strategic Plan

The council must continue to support people to become more resilient and achieve the outcomes they want to see in their daily lives, which in turn will reduce demand on services.