Children & Young People
The Aberdeenshire Council Refugee Resettlement Team provide support, training and guidance to families resettled via the Syrian Vulnerable Persons’ Relocation Scheme and the Vulnerable Persons’ Relocation Scheme (MENA)
We are a not-for-profit organisation focused on supporting children and young people to live safe, happy, healthy and successful lives.
Sports programmes (badminton, cricket, football, basketball) and life coaching for young people, mainly but not exclusively, from an Asian background. We also offer personal and Social development courses, employment and education opportunities, physical education programmes for adult. Opening times: evenings and week ends.
Amma Birth Companions is a Glasgow charity that was established in 2019.
We provide care information, and advocacy for women and birthing people who face pregnancy, birth and parenthood alone or against significant barriers. We offer pregnancy, birth and postnatal companionship, along with antenatal education and peer support activities.
Our clients include refugee and asylum-seeking women, survivors of human trafficking, and other individuals experiencing multiple disadvantages.
We aim to create a supportive environment where pregnant people and new parents feel seen, informed, and nurtured in all aspects of their birth and early parenting experiences.
Telephone 0141 471 9799
Barnardo’s Apna offers a wide range of support to Black Minority Ethnic (BME) families who have a child or young person with a learning or physical disability living in any part of Glasgow. We do this by improving the access local BME community currently have to existing services in the city. This is instrumental in changing existing provision and creating new ones which are responsive to cultural needs. Apna is the only service of its kind in the whole of Scotland, and it offers a lifeline to the local BME community. The project tackles all the disadvantages faced by families who have a child or young person with a disability and enables local BME children to play a fuller part in the local community and in leisure activities.
Partnership (Sacro, Edinburgh and Lothian Regional Equality Council, Multicultural Family Base). Support to all individuals and families experiencing difficult relationships with their community because of cultural/individual practices (dressing, marriage, education, children, honour). Free and confidential support: 1-1 practical and emotional support, family support, mediation, advocacy, restorative practices.
Care4Calais in LCR
Reg’d Charity #1169048 (UK) #W626003482 (France)
Regional Lead Simon Petty
t 07984 228894 (WhatsApp)
We support any pre status asylum seeker in need but those who arrive irregularly have our focus.
Drop In Venues
All Saints Church; L6 3AB
Every Saturday (1030am to 1:30pm)
Yemeni Community Centre; L8 0XA
Evrry 1st Saturday (1030am to 1:30pm)
Registered Trussell Trust Agent;
Distributions of material direct aid;
Bike Project; long waiting list;
Signposting/advocacy; Legal/medical/well-being – sports etc/accommodation issues
At Centre 33 we have been offering free and confidential information and support to young people for over 40 years. We support any young person up to the age of 25 with their mental health, caring responsibilities, housing, sexual health and more.
Creative Youth Network enables young people, no matter what their background or circumstances, to reach their own potential through our youth centres, advice and creative courses.
Families Need Fathers Scotland provides information and support to parents and other family members who face problems in seeing their children after separation. Monthly support groups meet across Scotland. We believe children need both parents in their lives and promote shared parenting.
Respite Care Service (Family Based) and Respite Sitter Service (Home Based) in order to develop a deeper understanding of the needs of our clients, support families through difficulties and stressful times such as addiction, stress, crisis or isolation, ensure vulnerable children and young people feel supported and safe.
Support of vulnerable and disadvantaged adults and children. Specific workers to support asylum seekers and refugees. 1 to 1 support, English classes, ESOL tests, meals, community events and more to meet emotional, spiritual, physical and mental needs as we build relationships with individuals and families.
Gloucestershire Nightstop is a charity offering emergency accommodation with loca hosts for 16-25 year olds.
The main focus and ethos of our work is ‘putting young people first’ and valuing them as creative and positive members of the community. To help achieve this we have a skilled team of workers who engage with young people as individuals that have a valid contribution to make to the future betterment of the community they live in and not as an anti-social problem that has to be controlled or criminalised. To help us achieve this we engage young people using a variety of methods but always in a positive and creative environment.
Befriending support to families with young children in local communities across the whole of north Glasgow. We recruit and train volunteers willing to give up a few hours a week to provide support and friendship. Families can be referred by statutory and non-statutory services; self-referrals are also welcome.
Befriending upport to families with young children in local communities across the South of Glasgow. We recruit and train volunteers willing to give up a few hours a week to provide support and friendship. Families can be referred by statutory and non-statutory services; self-referrals are also welcome.
We aim to remove the obstacles to young refugees and asylum-seekers’ education and well-being through mentoring, advocacy, and financial support.
Founded in 2015 as a grassroots organisation in Calais, we’re now a Brighton based charity working locally with young refugees & campaigning nationally.
JUMP provides one-to-one befriending for vulnerable young asylum seekers who have come to the UK without parents or a guardian.
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