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Book Free Rapid HIV Test and get £10 voucher @ Freedoms Shop

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£2.80 weekly Healthystart vouchers conditions apply/ Pregnant,child under 4,Or certain benefits

Instructions:I'm not sure if everyone that meets these requirements are aware that they are entitled to these.

All details are on website,including application.

Also you can check instantly if you qualify for these.
What is Healthy Start?
With Healthy Start, you can get free vouchers every week which you
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Had these for ages
shanecr
these replace milk tokens.


I though that too.....posted this just in case some people don't realise they are entitled to these.:thumbsup:
iglimpse
About Healthy Start

Healthy Start is replacing the Welfare Food Scheme. It is now live across the UK.

The new scheme:
includes fruit and vegetables as well as milk and infant formula milk .
supports breastfeeding
promotes uptake of vitamin supplements
encourages earlier and closer contact between health professionals and families from disadvantaged groups

http://www.healthystart.nhs.uk/en/fe/fileloader/load_files.asp?strfldrpath=docs_infoidx&fileLanguage=e&filePathPrefix=29&filename=20051025151020


Who qualifies for Healthy Start?

Healthy Start is open to pregnant women and families with children under the age of four who are on:
[LIST]
[*]Income Support
[*]income-based Jobseeker's Allowance or
[*]Child Tax Credit (but not Working Tax Credit) with an income of £14,495 a year or less[/LIST]All pregnant women under the age of 18 also qualify, whether or not they are on benefits.
Anyone who thinks they are eligible should apply. The scheme is available throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

http://www.healthystart.nhs.uk/en/fe/fileloader/load_files.asp?strfldrpath=docs_infoidx&fileLanguage=e&filePathPrefix=29&filename=20051025151851


How does Healthy Start work?

Once accepted on the scheme, pregnant women and families will receive a set of vouchers through the post every four weeks. Each voucher is worth £2.80 and can be exchanged for any combination of milk, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables and infant formula milk in registered shops.

Entitlement to vitamin supplements will be printed on the letter attached to the vouchers. Beneficiaries should bring this letter with them to claim their vitamins from the distribution points at their health trust or health board.

How many vouchers do families get?


[LIST]
[*]Pregnant women and children aged between one and four will receive one voucher per week, worth £2.80, for each child/pregnancy.
[*]Babies under one year old will receive two vouchers, worth a total of £5.60.
[*]Babies who are born before the estimated date of delivery (EDD) will receive two vouchers until one year after their EDD. Babies who are born after the EDD will receive vouchers for one year from the date of delivery.[/LIST]As well as their vouchers, beneficiaries also get lots of health advice about healthy eating, breastfeeding, infant feeding and using the vouchers.





Thanks for adding the extra info.:thumbsup:
jojo1978
Its a great deal, heat and rep given, although unfortunately i don't qualify, despite being 8 months pregnant.
Think it may be because both myself and my partner work, and therefore dont claim benefits.


You should be entitled once the baby's born,as you might also qualify for child tax credit. :thumbsup:

Link on the website will help you work out if you will qualify......:)
About Healthy Start

Healthy Start is replacing the Welfare Food Scheme. It is now live across the UK.

The new scheme:
includes fruit and vegetables as well as milk and infant formula milk .
supports breastfeeding
promotes uptake of vitamin supplements
encourages earlier and closer contact between health professionals and families from disadvantaged groups

http://www.healthystart.nhs.uk/en/fe/fileloader/load_files.asp?strfldrpath=docs_infoidx&fileLanguage=e&filePathPrefix=29&filename=20051025151020


Who qualifies for Healthy Start?

Healthy Start is open to pregnant women and families with children under the age of four who are on:
[LIST]
[*]Income Support
[*]income-based Jobseeker's Allowance or
[*]Child Tax Credit (but not Working Tax Credit) with an income of £14,495 a year or less[/LIST]All pregnant women under the age of 18 also qualify, whether or not they are on benefits.
Anyone who thinks they are eligible should apply. The scheme is available throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

http://www.healthystart.nhs.uk/en/fe/fileloader/load_files.asp?strfldrpath=docs_infoidx&fileLanguage=e&filePathPrefix=29&filename=20051025151851


How does Healthy Start work?

Once accepted on the scheme, pregnant women and families will receive a set of vouchers through the post every four weeks. Each voucher is worth £2.80 and can be exchanged for any combination of milk, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables and infant formula milk in registered shops.

Entitlement to vitamin supplements will be printed on the letter attached to the vouchers. Beneficiaries should bring this letter with them to claim their vitamins from the distribution points at their health trust or health board.

How many vouchers do families get?



[LIST]
[*]Pregnant women and children aged between one and four will receive one voucher per week, worth £2.80, for each child/pregnancy.
[*]Babies under one year old will receive two vouchers, worth a total of £5.60.
[*]Babies who are born before the estimated date of delivery (EDD) will receive two vouchers until one year after their EDD. Babies who are born after the EDD will receive vouchers for one year from the date of delivery.[/LIST]As well as their vouchers, beneficiaries also get lots of health advice about healthy eating, breastfeeding, infant feeding and using the vouchers.