Attendance Allowance is a tax-free benefit you may get if you are State Pension age or over and need help with … [Read more...] about Attendance Allowance
Apex offers a range of support services to support the specific needs of all of our tenants and residents.
Our Welfare Advice Officers are here to provide you with advice, guidance or to resolve any problems you may have with budgeting, debt or applying for benefits.
If you would prefer to seek independent advice, please consider the following agencies:
Advice NI: 0808 802 0020 (Freephone)
Housing Rights: 028 9024 5640
Law Centre: NI 028 9024 4401
You can find lots of useful information on different benefits via the links below.
The Benefit Cap is an upper limit on the amount of benefit a household can receive. It applies if you or your … [Read more...] about Benefit Cap
Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) offers support and financial help so you can do suitable work if you … [Read more...] about Employment and Support Allowance
If you rent your home and have a low income, you might be entitled to Housing Benefit. Housing Benefit can … [Read more...] about Housing Benefit
Pension Credit is extra money for pensioners to bring your weekly income up to a minimum amount. It is an … [Read more...] about Pension Credit
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit replacing Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for people … [Read more...] about Personal Independence Payments
The new Rate Rebate scheme will replace Housing Benefit for rates for tenants who claim Universal … [Read more...] about Rate Rebate scheme
Social Sector Size Criteria has changed how Housing Benefit is calculated for tenants in social housing. It is … [Read more...] about Social Sector Size Criteria (Bedroom Tax)
Universal Credit is a payment for people who are on a low income or out of work. It includes support for the … [Read more...] about Universal Credit