98 West George Street, Glasgow, UK
We assist refugees seeking sanctuary from war and persecution to overcome crisis situations, for example, the removal of basic human rights such as refuge, shelter, the right to work or hold a bank account.
We provide practical advice and representation to asylum seekers living in accommodation provided by the Mears Group.
We provide proactive advice, emergency support and free shelter to those at risk of destitution through Room for Refugees.
We support migrants to know their rights, secure paid work and stabilise their lives. We assist established ethnic minority communities to overcome bad housing.
We support victims of racist harassment and hate crime, to successfully challenge unfair homelessness decisions.
We provide signposting, proactive casework, emergency humanitarian support to assist refugees and asylum seekers to rebuild their lives quickly and stand on their own resources.
We offer welfare advice and money skills to refugees and migrants to assist in their resettlement in Scotland. We provide volunteering and training.
We lead human rights campaigns and humanitarian appeals. We persistently challenge anti-immigrant and anti-refugee sentiment, and the indefinite detention of innocent families and individuals. In all these areas we use our expertise to effect policy change.
Service provided via phone and e-mail. Face to face appointments in exceptional circumstances. Call to arrange a telephone appointment with a caseworker
Asylum seekers and refugees