Find all the in-person resources including centres for refugees and asylum-seekers, shelters and support groups that may have been interrupted due to pandemic but are operational in normal times.
Drop-in centres are places to go each week where you can find a community, follow English classes and ask for advice. Most of them also have food banks.
Resources for Women Only
The organisations listed have women groups for women to meet up, socialize, get asylum support, have English class, get support for employment research.
Resources for Children, Unaccompanied Minors, Teenagers and Families
The organizations listed provide resources for children, unaccompanied minors, teenagers and families to get advice on the asylum-process, mental-health support, help with homework, access to education, and find a community and friends.
Health and Mental Health Support
The organisations listed provide health workshops, health advice to access NHS services, monthly checks and help with GP registration and NHS charges. Please also refer to the organisations listed if you feel lonely or have any kind of trauma and need someone to listen to you.
Finding your Relatives
If you have been separated from your relatives during the asylum process or had to leave your family behind when fleeing to the UK, please contact the organisations listed below. They will help you get into contact with your family back home and provide support with the family reunion process.
Socializing and Building Skills
The organisations listed are safe places to make friends, have fun, learn new skills, do sports... Some also provide English classes for all levels.
The organisations listed provide direct essential needs. Please refer to the links below if you need financial support, clothes, toiletries, baby products or sanitary protection.
The websites listed are links to organisations that provide advice on understanding the asylum-process, getting legal support, accessing asylum-support, getting help once you’ve been granted the refugee status, resettlement and trafficking. The advice can be in person, over the phone, one-to-one, group advice over the phone, or in drop-in centres.