Amina Muslim Women's Resource Centre - Helpline

Delivered by Amina Muslim Women's Resource Centre
Note: Helpline
Note: this service is only for ethnic minorities and women
  • Employment advice
  • Immigration advice
  • Crisis support and emergency food

The Helpline (0808 801 0301) is available Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm for any Muslim and BME women. It is free from mobiles and landlines and the number will not appear on your phone bill. All calls are strictly confidential and non-judgemental; we will always deal with clients in a faith and culturally-sensitive manner.

If you have a problem or need to talk to someone and don’t know where to go, the Amina Helpline can help you. If we can’t help, we will signpost you to organisations that may be able to offer help and advice.

The top ten reasons women call us are: Family and Marital/Relationship issues, Mental Health , Domestic Abuse , Divorce , Child Sexual Abuse, Social Isolation, Depression, Agencies seeking support with signposting on behalf of their clients, Immigration

We can help women in English, Arabic, Punjabi, Urdu. Any other languages can be accessed using a confidential translating service as required.

Alima on the Helpline

On Mondays from 10 am to 2 pm there will be an Alima (female Islamic scholar) available on the Helpline to give advice anonymously.

Immigration Law Clinic

On the last Wednesday of the month from 1-4PM we have an Immigration lawyer available on our helpline. This is a free service for BME & Muslim women in Scotland who are seeking legal advice on immigration, asylum, and other legal matters.

Service availability

10am to 4pm
10am to 4pm
10am to 4pm
10am to 4pm
10am to 4pm

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