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Monday, 27 June 2011

Apply for a Crisis Loan (form SF401)

A Crisis Loan is an interest-free loan which can provide help in an emergency or disaster.

Overview

The Crisis Loans page explains who can apply, in what circumstances, how much a loan might be and how to apply for it.

How to use this service

Download a claim form in PDF format from the Department for Work and Pensions website. The form comes with notes that will help you fill it in and tell you where to send the completed form.

To access the form you will need a copy of Adobe Reader. Information on how to download this for free is available on the right panel of this page. 

This online service is for England, Scotland and Wales only.

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