Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support (DCRS)

Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support (DCRS) supports people seeking asylum and refugees in Devon and Cornwall.  We advocate around their immigration cases up to OISC level 1.  We also support around integration into the local community, run activities and provide English classes.   Contact: Alex Vessis Phone: 01752 260471 Email: [email protected] Website: https://www.dcrs-plymouth.org/ Social media: Facebook  

12 May 2022|

All People All Places

  All People All Places (APAP) is a registered charity founded in 2010. We support homeless adults of all ages, genders, ethnic groups and immigration statuses, including those with no recourse to public funds. APAP has a Christian ethos, working with people of all faiths and those with no faith. Our service is inclusive of LGBTQI+ and disabled people. We have a a strong track record of delivering services to rough sleepers and those at risk of rough sleeping in Haringey and Enfield. Our mission is to help people break the cycle of homelessness working with a psychologically informed approach [...]

11 May 2022|

Leeds Destitute Asylum Seekers Support, LEDAS

  We run two houses which each house 4 destitute asylum-seekers (NRPF) . We work collaboratively with Leeds City Council who provide grant support, and with PAFRAS who provide referral and case-work for our residents. Our aim is to provide family-style housing, in which the residents have dignity and independence. Housing essentials, food and an allowance are provided. The five LEDAS Trustees run the houses on a voluntary basis. Contact: Gillian Tober Email: [email protected] Website: www.ledas.org

22 April 2022|

Kairos Housing

Kairos Housing provides safe accommodation and holistic support to refused asylum seekers and refugees who find themselves homeless within Blackburn with Darwen. Phone 07869131006 Email [email protected] Website: https://www.kairoshousing.org.uk/ Social Media: Facebook | Twitter

22 April 2022|

Hackney Doorways

Hackney Doorways (Hackney Winter Night Shelter) provides emergency shelter for those who are homeless and rough sleeping, including for those with no recourse to public funds, from November through to March. The shelters are hosted in local churches and primary schools and are run on a day-to-day basis by teams of volunteers. We also offer a year-round women's night shelter where women can stay for up to 90 days with support from a female advocate worker. Both projects offer individual one-to-one support for our guests. Our mission is a route out of homelessness for those in need. Our Advocate Workers [...]

22 April 2022|

Connection Support

Connection Support are part of a partnership project across Oxfordshire to provide housing, legal advice and support to people currently accommodated in Oxford's COVID responses provision. Contact: Amy Delisser Email: [email protected] Phone Number: 07920041740 Website: http://www.connectionsupport.org.uk/ Social media: Facebook | Twitter  

22 April 2022|

NOAH Enterprise

NOAH takes a holistic approach to homelessness and exclusion and no matter which service a person comes to first they are encouraged to make use of as many areas of NOAH as necessary to enable them to reach their potential. Our services are focused on Luton and the wider Bedfordshire area. We provide accommodation for people who are rough sleeping and have No Recourse to Public Funds and we provide intensive employment training to support people to move towards independence. We are building our immigration advice capacity and currently advice on the EUSS. Email [email protected] Phone 01582 728416 Website | Twitter [...]

12 November 2021|

Severn Angels Housing and Support

We provide accommodation and support to refugees, mothers fleeing domestic violence, care leavers, asylum seekers and vulnerable women from 16 years over. Severn Angels supports homeless people with either psychological support, counselling, support with applying for benefits, applying for housing and a wide range of services. Our goal is to equip individuals and young people leaving care with the skills that will allow them to live independently and find a job they can earn a living from. This support comes in different forms, from providing supported housing where the individuals can live and be supported emotionally and also get help, [...]

9 July 2021|

Emmanuel House

  Emmanuel House is at the very beginning of exploring the provision of accommodation in partnership with a social enterprise lettings agency. Contact: Denis Tully Email: [email protected] Phone:  0115 950 7140 Website:  www.emmanuelhouse.org.uk Social Media:  Facebook / Twitter  

11 December 2020|

Whispers of Hope

Whispers of Hope is a full member of NACCOM supporting women who are victims of domestic abuse and sexual exploitation who have the added complication of complex immigration issues. We support asylum seekers, refugees and those on spouse and family reunion visas. We provide befriending and sign posting to other agencies as well as well-being activities and a weekly SafeSpace meeting. We also have a Safe House, Avan House, offering temporary accommodation to women with no recourse to public funds. This house of hospitality has a part-time live-in host as well as other volunteers who provide emotional and practical support [...]

25 November 2020|

Second City Housing

Second City Housing Ltd was set up in 2016 to provide accommodation and support to individuals who are at risk of homelessness. Their main aim is to deliver holistic housing services to maximize tenancy sustainability and assist individuals on a pathway into employment, training & advice. The ethos of Second City Housing is to work with those most in need of housing, providing a robust service, enabling their customers to lead independent living. Second City Housing offers: Shared accommodation Self-Contained Houses in Multiple occupation (HMO) Independent living Website: http://secondcityhousing.com/ Email: [email protected] Social media: Twitter / Facebook

6 February 2020|

Glass Door Homeless Charity

Glass Door Homeless Charity is London's largest open-access network of emergency winter shelters and support services for men and women affected by homelessness. By partnering with churches to provide shelter and support, Glass Door is committed to supporting people get—and stay—off the street. Glass Door offers shelter, advice and support through a wide-range of services. Website: https://www.glassdoor.org.uk/ Social media: Twitter / Facebook  

6 February 2020|

RADAR

RADAR (Rochdale Action with Destitute Asylum seekers and Refugees) is an organisation based in Rochdale and is a full member of NACCOM. RADAR aims to provide temporary accommodation for destitute asylum seekers with NRPF. Contact: Derek White Email: [email protected] Social media: Facebook 

2 January 2020|

Martha House

Martha House is a Full Member of NACCOM based in London providing temporary accommodation for forced migrants who have become destitute. Food and accommodation are provided for their guests who have no recourse to public funds and are not allowed to work. They take referrals from agencies who work with migrants. Email: [email protected] Website: https://marthahouse.wordpress.com/

2 January 2020|

New Neighbours Together

New Neighbours Together joined NACCOM in July 2019 as a Full Member. They are a hosting charity based in Burnley, in the North West, also offering a drop-in service. Contact: Ruth Haygarth Email: [email protected] Phone: 07710550181

2 January 2020|

Migration Foundation (Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing)

The Migration Foundation has a 1 x 10 bedroom house for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers with no recourse to public funds in Derby, East Midlands. The property belongs to Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing, and the service is currently fully funded by the Migration Foundation (a restricted fund of MTVH). We take referrals from local charities and take a holistic approach to support our clients. We offer small hardship grants, receive food donations from local businesses, support residents who want to volunteer or access employment, and offer opportunities for clients to socialise, play sports, etc). Most clients already have legal [...]

16 May 2019|

ACAP (Ashton Churches Asylum Project)

ACAP (Ashton Churches Asylum Project) currently provides a small amount of hosting on an informal basis and are hoping to secure the use of a property to house destitute asylum seekers and refugees. Contact: Chris Wooff Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.stthomasstluke.org.uk/ourtown/asylumseekers/

8 November 2021|

Caritas Diocese of Salford

Caritas operates 30 different services in the Diocese of Salford - Greater Manchester and Lancashire. Services in emergency night shelters, housing and hostels for homeless people , refugees and asylum seekers mainly in the Greater Manchester area; resettlement of refugees, advocacy for destitute people and food-banks and drop-ins. We are members of Caritas Social Action Network - the official agency of the Catholic Bishops conference of England and Wales that is part of the European and Internation Caritas family responding to poverty and injustice globally. Email: [email protected] Phone: 0161 817 2250 Website: www.caritassalford.org.uk Social media: Twitter // Facebook

26 February 2019|

Safe In Scotland

Safe in Scotland  is a human rights organisation committed to ending destitution among asylum seekers. We provide safe, dignified, ensuite accommodation 24/7 collaborating with case workers, service providers, and the communities we work alongside. Contact: Annika Joy Email: [email protected] Phone: 07818372130 Website:https://www.safeinscotland.com/

16 January 2019|

Ubuntu Women Shelter

Ubuntu Women Shelter is a Glasgow based charity dedicated to meeting emergency and short term accommodation needs of women who are destitute with no recourse to public funds. We are the first service in the UK run and managed by people with lived experience of migration, asylum and destitution. We are in direct resistance to the hostile environment and have an ethos of no borders and refuse to consent to the current border regime. Our services include hosting women, referrals and advocacy and are designed to meet the unique emotional and psychological needs of women excluded from homelessness and welfare [...]

6 December 2018|

Community of Grace

Community of Grace is a community based in Leicester that houses up to 16 people who are homeless, refugees or asylum seekers regardless of recourse to public funds. The project is run by the residence and volunteers with no paid staff and provides support and befriending to everyone involved. Contact: Ben Brown Email: [email protected] Phone number: 07971 218710 Website: www.communityofgrace.co.uk

5 October 2018|

Hope Housing

Hope Housing provides supported housing for all homeless situations including refugees, failed asylum seekers, EA migrants, destitute service users as well as generic homelessness including supporting people with drug/alcohol problems or other support requirements. We provide casework support, and help people to access legal advice if required. Contact: Helen Syrop Email: [email protected] Phone: 01274 900 764 Website: http://www.hopehousing.co.uk Social Media:  Facebook // Twitter

8 May 2018|

Giroscope

Giroscope is a provider of housing to disadvantaged people in Hull. We buy and renovate derelict and unused houses which we let on affordable rents to people in need, run volunteer programmes, support small enterprise development and provide food parcels. We also provide one house rent free to a family of EU migrants with no recourse to public funds and are part of the Gateway Resettlement Programme. We are working with Open Doors Hull to provide more housing for destitute refused asylum seekers. Contact: Florence Obadeyi Email:  [email protected] Phone: 01482 576374 Website: giroscope.org.uk  

12 April 2018|

Wolverhampton City of Sanctuary

Wolverhampton City of Sanctuary supports asylum seekers in Wolverhampton and educates the public about the issues they face. It has a fund which can provide subsistence, emergency accommodation and other help to homeless and destitute asylum seekers in the area, and a weekly drop-in where people are welcomed and signposted to appropriate sources of help. Contact: Erik Pearse Email:  [email protected] Phone: 07396 146 830 Website: https://wolverhampton.cityofsanctuary.org/

1 February 2018|

West Yorkshire Destitute Asylum Network (WYDAN)

West Yorkshire Destitute Asylum Network (WYDAN) is a longstanding network of organisations in West Yorkshire concerned with issues affecting destitute asylum seekers. It became a CIO in 2014 and over the last two winters has run a night shelter project for destitute asylum seekers. The team are now hoping to get the project running all year round. Although based in Leeds, the shelter takes referrals from other areas, including Wakefield. Contact: Andrew Rathbone (General Enquiries) or Katrina Burton (Night Shelter) Phone:  07747 195307 Andrew / 07932 064131 Katrina Email: [email protected] Andrew / [email protected] Katrina Website: http://wydan.org/

19 December 2017|
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