All our services are multilingual and help beneficiaries overcome a crisis and rebuild their lives.
The Digital Inclusion Project for people seeking Asylum and new Refugees aims to connect digitally excluded beneficiaries to the internet and provide the necessary devices and skills so that they may be able to benefit from the range of essential services the internet offers.
Crisis intervention for destitute or insecurely housed refugees and asylum seekers. The ultimate aim is to enable beneficiaries to find the breathing space to rebuild their lives and resettle independently.
The Housing & Homelessness Team runs four distinct projects designed to assist BME communities, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers
The New Migrants Action Project supports EU nationals to know and exercise their rights to public funds and housing, and promotes access to the EU Settlement Scheme. The project also assists Registered Social Landlords, third sector organisations and local authorities to know the rights of and their responsibilities to EU migrants.
The Money Skills Project provides people from BME, refugee and migrant communities with one-to-one money, debt advice/representation, and workshops to reduce fuel poverty and improve financial stability.