The Huntington’s Disease Association

The Huntington’s Disease Association offers small grants for specific needs to people living with Huntington's disease. This includes people who are at risk or asymptomatic, but priority will be given to people who are symptomatic.  The Association can give grants for items such as white goods which help to reduce risk or improve the quality of life of people with Huntington’s disease. Please contact them if you are not sure whether they can help you with what you need. 

Last updated on 18 June 2021

Who is eligible?

People living with Huntington's disease who are in financial need.

The Huntington's Disease Association does not give grants for anything that is available from statutory sources, such as your local council. Visit the Huntington Disease Association's website to find a list of help that might be available to you.

What we can't help with

  • Debts
  • Holidays
  • Ongoing expenses such as bills
  • Education and training costs


Driving lessonsPlease contact the Huntington's Disease Association if you are not sure whether they can help with what you need. 

How to apply?

Contact the Association directly. They have local specialist Huntington's Disease Advisers who can provide support with completing the welfare grant application

Other information

The Huntington's Disease Association has local Specialist Huntington’s Disease Advisers that can also give advice and support to people with Huntington's Disease and their families and carers.

It also runs a youth service for young people living in a family affected by the disease. Visit the website for more information:

Contact details

Innovation Centre 1, Liverpool Science Park
131 Mount Pleasant
L3 5TF
Telephone: 01513315444

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