Cost Of Living Crisis
As inflation hits the highest point in 30 years, household budgets are already facing enormous pressure. The worst is yet to come, with Ofgem expected to announce a more than 50% increase in the energy price cap from April, just as other price rises hit households.If you don’t have enough to live on, you might be able to get help from your local council. We have put together a list of resources from Enfield Council
If you are struggling to get by on your current income, its vital that you are getting what you are entitled to. Use our benefits calculator to check what you could be claiming
For issues with your energy provider, call the consumer helpline.
The UK has been hit with an energy crisis; this has led to the collapse of some energy suppliers. If your energy supplier has stopped trading, don’t worry, you won’t be cut off.
Energy prices are set to rise by £153 a year, our analysis shows that 28% of households in which someone receives Universal Credit are behind on their energy bill. If you are worried about paying your energy bills
Download our Energy Advice Booklet by clicking the link
EMERGENCY FAMILY SUPPORT – SUCH AS BENEFIT SUSPENSION AND OTHER EMERGENCIES
Please see Enfield Council link for family support and children referrals:
We suggest using this referral process for Emergency support for families including access to schools.