You may be missing out – use the benefit calculator to see what financial support is available to you.
If you are struggling financially, you may be able to get a grant from a charity. Use the grant search tool to find out what you may be able to apply for.
If you’re struggling to afford your bills or top up your prepayment meter, Citizens Advice has a list of all the energy benefits and grants available.
Councils provide emergency support called ‘local welfare assistance’ (or similar names). Support varies so call your local council and ask what is available in your area.
If you’re looking for help to get out of debt you can get free, impartial advice in person or via phone, WhatsApp or video chat.
If you want support with managing your finances or finding work, then CAP can help.
Find expert information about your housing or speak to an adviser over webchat.
Find out how to get emergency food and support from your local Trussell Trust food bank.
There are many food banks run by schools, universities, hospitals and local community groups. Check this map for independent food banks in your area.
If you are struggling to afford clothes and equipment for your baby or toddler, your local baby bank may be able to help.
If you are living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, Mind can provide you with information and support to help
If you are struggling to heat your home, find a welcoming space to keep warm.
Together Through This Crisis brings together some of the UK’s biggest charities and organisations. We’re pulling together resources and campaigns to support anyone needing help or wanting to make a difference during this cost of living crisis.
Together Through This Crisis has been set up by Save The Children, Shelter, Turn2Us, 38 Degrees and Little Village.