The Frontline Homelessness Advice Service offers essential advice and support to deal with the challenges for newly granted refugees having to rapidly move from one system of housing support to another. The Service also assists people to access social housing and to challenge poor housing conditions and racist hate crime.
What help can I get?
Information on the housing options available to you
Help with challenging hate crime and homelessness decisions
Support with applying for social housing, examining private sector options and responding to Housing Association correspondence
Find out more
If you would like more information about this service or to access it, please call our advice line on 0141 353 2220.
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“Eritrea was a beautiful place before the war. Then I had to leave. There are a lot of police call outs here. We’ve been burgled several times, though we actually have nothing. Our caseworker was good and repeatedly pressed the landlord until they finally secured the damaged door. We don’t go out after 6pm. We pray a lot”
Hanna and daughter Alina, 6 years old, seeking asylum after escaping Eritrea