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Last updated:
29/06/2020

Personal Independence Payment

  1. How do I check what I’m entitled to?
  2. Universal Credit
  3. Employment and Support Allowance
  4. Jobseeker’s Allowance
  5. Income Support
  6. Incapacity Benefit
  7. Severe Disablement Allowance
  8. Statutory Sick Pay
  9. Working Tax Credits
  10. Personal Independence Payment
  11. Housing Benefit
  12. Support for Mortgage Interest
  13. Council Tax: Exemptions and Support to pay
  14. Social Fund
  15. Next steps

Personal Independent Payment (PIP) is a benefit you can claim if you have a mental health condition and need help day-to-day, with getting around or both. You can get PIP whether you are working or not, as it isn’t impacted by any income or savings you might have.

 

Personal Independent Payment (PIP) is a benefit you can claim if you have a mental health condition and need help day-to-day, with getting around or both

Find out more about Personal Independence Payment for mental health problems.

 

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  1. How do I check what I’m entitled to?
  2. Universal Credit
  3. Employment and Support Allowance
  4. Jobseeker’s Allowance
  5. Income Support
  6. Incapacity Benefit
  7. Severe Disablement Allowance
  8. Statutory Sick Pay
  9. Working Tax Credits
  10. Personal Independence Payment
  11. Housing Benefit
  12. Support for Mortgage Interest
  13. Council Tax: Exemptions and Support to pay
  14. Social Fund
  15. Next steps
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