Saheliya - Support Work

Delivered by Saheliya
Note: this service is only for ethnic minorities and refugees or asylum seekers
  • Benefits advice
  • Housing and homelessness

Our 1-1 Support Workers here at Saheliya can help you with a wide range of problems which include:

  • Legal issues
  • Safety issues
  • Housing issues
  • Health issues
  • Financial advice, including benefit rights
  • Language support
  • Practical and emotional support
  • Supporting you in meetings with solicitors, GP, other services etc

Our team of support workers will help to develop goals you want to achieve, aiding you to become self-reliant, confident and independent. 

We deliver case work and advocacy in 14 different languages (Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, French, Hakka, Hindi, Mandarin, Punjabi, Somali, Swahili, Tigrinya and Urdu.

Service is free of charge.

Service availability

9am to 4.30pm
9am to 4.30pm
9am to 4.30pm
9am to 4.30pm
9am to 4.30pm

How to access this service

  • Anyone can contact us directly 0141 552 6540
  • A referral form is required and can be sent by email or post

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