If you are an EU citizen1, resident in the UK by 31 December 2020, you and your family members (including non-EU citizens) need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue to live, work and study in the UK beyond 30 June 2021. Please click here for further information.
Mae'r wybodaeth yn y daflen wybodaeth wedi'i chynhyrchu gan Lywodraeth y DU ac mae ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Cymorth i chwilio am gartref a gwaith. Cymorth gyda llenwi ffurflenni,dyledion, budd-daliadau, gorchymyn troi allan, ôl-ddyledion rhent/morgais. Cysylltwch â Chefnogi Pobl: 01443 864548
I weld dogfen PDF gyda rhagor o wybodaeth, cliciwch yma.
Help finding housing and work. Support with form filling, debts, benefits, eviction notice, rent/mortgage arrears. Contact Supporting People: 01443 864548
YDYCH CHI’N DENANT YN Y SECTOR RHENTU PREIFAT? YDYCH CHI’N CAEL TRAFFERTHION I DALU RHENT OHERWYDD COVID-19? GALLECH FOD YN GYMWYS I WNEUD CAIS AM FENTHYCIAD LLOG ISEL GAN UNDEB CREDYD – AC MAE GENNYCH HYD AT BUM MLYNEDD I’W DALU’N ÔL.
ARE YOU A PRIVATE RENTED SECTOR TENANT? HAS COVID-19 LEFT YOU STRUGGLING TO PAY YOUR RENT? YOU COULD BE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR A LOW INTEREST LOAN FROM A CREDIT UNION - WITH UP TO FIVE YEARS TO PAY IT BACK.
The Gwent Safeguarding Boards are asking everyone within the region to look out for one another in order to help those who may be at risk of abuse and neglect. This is a message which applies at all times, but now more than ever, people at all ages need protection.
We are currently experiencing unprecedented times as a result of Coronavirus, with social distancing and self-isolation being one of the key messages and advice being provided by Government.
Whilst this will undoubtedly help with the prevention of the spread of the virus, unfortunately, this will also mean that children, young people and adults at risk within Gwent may potentially be at an increased risk of abuse and neglect.
Please be vigilant and look out for friends, families and neighbours and if you see any signs at all that makes you think that they may be experiencing any type of harm, report your concerns to your local safeguarding teams.
Many thanks in anticipation of your support to help protect and keep people safe at this especially difficult time