Organization : Government of Ireland
Facility Name : Apply for Humanitarian Assistance Scheme
Country : Ireland
Website : https://www.gov.ie/en/service/12e880-humanitarian-assistance-scheme-swa/
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What Is Humanitarian Assistance Scheme?
** The Humanitarian Assistance Scheme provides emergency financial assistance to households affected by a severe weather event. It is administered by the Community Welfare Service.
** The scheme aims to lighten the hardship rather than provide full compensation for damage.
The scheme may cover:
** emergency income support payments
** damage to your home and its essential contents, such as carpets, flooring, furniture, household appliances and bedding
** structural damage
The scheme does not cover:
** losses covered by an insurance policy
** loss of items deemed to be inessential or luxury items
** commercial and business losses
** loss or damage to private rented accommodation or local authority accommodation.
Related / Similar Status : Government Of Ireland Increase For A Qualified Adult Scheme
How To Qualify For Humanitarian Assistance Scheme?
** Emergency financial assistance to households who are not able to meet costs for essential needs immediately following flooding or severe weather events.
** Payments are based on an income test on all your household income, which measures your household’s ability to meet the costs of restoring your home to a liveable condition.
How To Apply For Humanitarian Assistance Scheme?
To Apply For Ireland Humanitarian Assistance Scheme,
** You can apply through Community Welfare Services. Learn how to access Community Welfare Services here.
** An application form is available to download here or from your your local Intreo Centre or Branch Office.
** This form is used to apply for income tested financial assistance to eligible households who have suffered damage to their homes following a severe weather event.
Application Form : https://www.statusin.org/uploads/pdf2022/65011.pdf
Depending on your claim, you may also need to provide:
** evidence of household income (for example, pay slips)
** estimates for repairs or replacement
** a copy of your insurance policy
** paid invoices or receipts
** any other information which may support your claim
** This scheme is introduced to provide income tested financial assistance to eligible households who have suffered major flood damage to their homes.
** The scheme is intended to provide emergency financial assistance to households who are not in a position to meet costs for essential needs in the period immediately following flooding.
** The scheme will also provide hardship alleviation assistance towards essential repair and losses, so as to restore homes to a safe and habitable condition.
** The scheme is not intended to provide full compensation for all losses and damage.
** Assistance will not be given for losses which are covered by insurance.