Guardianship Service - Aberlour

Delivered by Aberlour
Note: this service is only for refugees or asylum seekers and young people
  • Benefits advice
  • Budgeting advice
  • Immigration advice
  • Youth work

Scottish Guardianship Service supports unaccompanied children and young people who are seeking asylum and trafficked children and young people. Guardians support the young people by helping them navigate the immigration and welfare processes, and feel supported and empowered throughout the asylum process, assisting them to access the help they need when they need it, and make informed decisions about their future. Aberlour and the Scottish Refugee Council are the principal partners in the guardianship service. We are based in Central Glasgow but support young people wherever they are accommodated in Scotland.

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