Office Hours: Monday - Friday 10am - 3pm
Drop In hours: Mon, Tue & Wed - 10 - 2
Get help with Housing, Health, Education, Childcare, Interpreting & Translation, Employment or any other public service.
The International Centre carries out its work by listening to people and providing information, advice and support. It also refers people to other organisations and helps them to build confidence and access funding. The group runs various training sessions, and organises Open Day events, including English language classes, exercise classes and childcare training. 24 hour answering machine Central location (1st floor next to the Citizens Advice Bureau).
Through our InterAction Drop In, Digital Inclusion project, English language school, and supported housing projects, we support refugees, asylum seekers and other migrants.
LocationNewcastle Upon tyne
A Sunday social centre at Stoke Newington Secondary School, N16 9EX on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from 2-5pm for migrants.
Andalus is a grassroots community based initiative, conducting a variety of activities to meet the needs and aspirations of Scottish Muslims, mainly comprised of people from the Pakistani ethnic group but also includes participants from other minority groups, as well as people from the wider Scottish community. We are currently conducting and developing educational and recreational activities to meet the needs of adults, promoting full participation of women, and much needed services for children in a positive learning environment. We are working towards breaking barriers and community integration by promoting understanding and sharing the rich and diverse Muslim cultural tradition without losing our Scottish roots.
Set up in 1976 and currently has 1500 members from the restaurant trade and professional occupations. The Samity successfully lobbied for a Bangladesh Consul in Edinburgh. Organises community gatherings.
Strategic national infrastructure organisation aiming to empower Ethnic and Cultural Minority Third Sector and its diverse communities. Promotion of inclusion, democratic active citizenship, recognition of diversity, human rights education, and wider representation, as well as advocacy at local, Scottish, UK and EU levels. Facebook: bemisscotland - Twitter: @bemis_scotland
Birmingham Hall Green constituency
people living in the constituency can contact us to make inquiries about visa applications with the Home Office. We can also do food bank referrals. We can’t provide immigration advice.
We are a charity based in Bristol that exists to work with refugees, asylum seekers and other vulnerable migrants to help them from exclusion to belonging through mentoring, ESOL, a drop-in and relaxation sessions.
Through a variety of programmes and resources we help refugees, asylum seekers, migrants, and anyone for whom English is a second language, living in Glasgow build their confidence by re-engaging them with their skills, provide training, support, advice and guidance and work placements.
Advocacy, support and signposting from the office base; Dry food store cupboard for people who are destitute; Drop -in with activities and a cultural meal; Women’s group -monthly; Opening times: Monday to Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Brighton Migrant Solidarity is a grassroots community and campaign group. We work to support migrants in Brighton and beyond.
Caithness Ethnic Minorities Network
To support BME people in Caithness by helping with communication, information, referral and otherwise. A company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland no. SC150015 and a registered Scottish charity no. SC002484.
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
Our organisation aims to improve the quality of life of Chinese people in Glasgow. We provide information, advice and assistance to our members to effectively access the mainstream services. We organise trainings, talks and conference to build and develop people’s skill, knowledge and confidence. We co-ordinate, liaise and assist the existing Chinese organisations to work together to further develop opportunities. We act as the central point of contact between the Chinese community and the wider community at large. Languages spoken include: Mandarin Cantonese
Opening times: Monday - Thursday 9.00am - 5.00pm; Friday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Clapton Community Drop In is a grassroots drop-in space on a Wednesday and Sunday, offering immediate help to people in our community who are struggling to understand the systems that they need navigate to maintain or regain a safe and secure life.
We promote community solidarity & wellbeing through a takeaway meal & food bank service running on Thursdays 11-3pm in Tottenham.
Community-based support activities/ services: information and advice (e.g. Citizens’ Advice outreach for refugees), health services (e.g. access to smoking cessation), education services (e.g. ESOL classes), leisure opportunities, a community cafe and nearly new shop, training on working with the BME community. Close artnership with organisations (e.g SRC, Bridges Programmes)
Crossroads Youth and Community Association carries out a range of community and youth work initiatives across the Govanhill and Gorbals areas of South Glasgow. The Community Work Team works with people in Govanhill and the surrounding areas to address social exclusion, reduce marginalisation, tackle the root causes of poverty, promote integration and support community cohesion. We do this in a number of ways - we provide intensive one-to-one support to individuals, we run a number of groups on a weekly basis, we operate a streetwork and outreach initiative, we carry out cultural awareness and migration awareness work in schools, and we host and participate in a number of community events throughout the year.
Destiny Angels helpline (0333 900 0909) is there to listen and respond to needs. If anyone finds themselves in a situation where they just don’t know where to turn, we hope that they would give us a call. We have a team of volunteers ready to respond to practical needs or just to simply listen. We also offer a signposting service if we are unable to help. Amongst other services, we provide food hampers to individuals and families in crisis.
Dr Bell’s is a child friendly centre based in Leith, Edinburgh. We provide a range of support services and facilities for local families. Our daily activities include a small cafe, dedicated crèche, parenting support, advice, learning and training opportunities for parents and carers, and therapeutic services including trauma therapy, complimentary therapies, play therapy and counselling. People from many cultures routinely use Dr. Bell’s. Runs an Asian Women’s Group which has a focus on learning English. Open Mon to Fri 9am to 4pm. Rooms available for let, including weekends.
Main client groups: Families which include a child under 8
Specific services: Asian Women’s Group
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