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GARAS

GARAS provides a drop-in service to asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants. Here we provide level one advice in asylum and immigration. We help clients through their asylum claim, and into their settled lives. We provide ESOL classes three days a week to coincide with our drop-in days. One day a week we have psychotherapy for those affected by their experiences. GARAS is also the main organisation supporting families in Gloucestershire here on the Vulnerable Peoples Resettlement Scheme. Contact: Adele Owen Email: [email protected] Phone: 01452 550528 Website: www.garas.org.uk

25 January 2018|

Room for All (Swindon City of Sanctuary)

Room for All is a hosting scheme in Swindon under the umbrella of Swindon City of Sanctuary. We currently offer temporary housing to new refugees, ARE Asylum Seekers and Vulnerable Migrants who are destitute through our network of voluntary hosts. We support them to move on to permanent housing through working with the local council, the Harbour Project and other homelessness charities in Swindon - giving them the best opportunity to settle and be happy in Swindon. Phone: 07848 047 359 Email: [email protected] Website: https://swindon.cityofsanctuary.org/ Social media: Twitter / Facebook

7 February 2017|

Open Doors International Language School

Open Doors International Language School (ODILS) is a faith-based charity that primarily serves those living in Plymouth and then travel to work in area of Cornwall, where English is their second language. Contact: Email: [email protected] Office: 01752 258771 Website: www.odils.com Social media:  Facebook

16 August 2016|

Bristol Hospitality Network

Bristol Hospitality Network (BHN) extends solidarity to people seeking asylum and experiencing destitution through accommodation and creative community involvement.  BHN provides full board accommodation in host households or in its large house for men in Bristol and community volunteering opportunities and social enterprise in solidarity with both male and female asylum seekers experiencing destitution.  BHN also offers a weekly welcome centre for over 100 asylum seekers and refugees and a solidarity fund for those with no other money. Contact: Rachael Bee Email: [email protected] Website: www.bhn.org.uk

28 April 2016|

International Care Network

International Care Network provides a range of services for Asylum Seekers and Refugeees including the teaching of English, a drop in and phone support service giving advice and help with immigration matters, welfare support, finding accommodation and employment etc.  In addition, in two local community centres, free English classes with a creche are provided for mums with preschool children.  ICN also looks after Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children and vulnerable families coming from Syria for the Local Authorities in Dorset. Contact: Irwin Buchanan Phone: 07960 720326 Email: [email protected] Website: www.icn.org.uk

28 April 2016|

Southampton & Winchester Visitors’ Group

Southampton and Winchester Visitors Group (SWVG) is a group of volunteers who befriend and support asylum seekers and refugees in the Southampton area. With the help of many generous donors, we offer financial assistance to those who are homeless and destitute. Through our legal justice project we have access to advice from a leading immigration solicitor. We try to give asylum seekers a voice by reaching out to churches, schools and community groups and we campaign for a fairer asylum system. Contact: Anne Leeming Phone: 01962 866215 Email: [email protected] Website: www.swvg-refugees.org.uk

28 April 2016|
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