If you claim certain benefits, including Universal Credit, Pension Credit or tax credits, you could automatically receive a £299 Cost of Living Payment between 6 – 22 February.
Find out about actions you can take every day to reduce the energy you use and lower your energy bills. You can also make improvements to your home to save energy.
Scroll down to see the full range of government support available
Support with mortgage payments
You may be able to get help from your mortgage lender. If you’re worried about repayments, you can now contact your lender for help and guidance.
Answer a few questions to find out what support you might be able to get to help with living costs.
Find out what support is available if you’re disabled or have a health condition. This includes benefits, financial support and support to find and stay in work.
Find advice and financial support you can get with your childcare costs, for example, free childcare hours, Tax-Free Childcare, free school meals.
Find advice and financial support you can get with your income, for example, low-income benefits, Pension Credit and savings.
Mental health support
Support in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
If you live in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland there may be different or additional help available.