Due to Refugee Council moving offices, the weekly New Roots drop in for refugees will no longer take place at Oak House on a Thursday morning from 10am – 1pm (last drop in 26/09). Clients needing support (see flyer) should access New Roots via the RETAS drop in every Friday morning from 09.30 – 12.00. […]
Straight up, who wouldn’t want to go to a a session called “Women Arise”? And not just because it reminds us of the great Maya Angelou. Excellent agenda as always @leedsRF
An FGM clinic was launched a couple of weeks ago. This is a joint clinic with Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust and Touchstone and offers support for people who have physical and/or psychological health issues as a result of FGM.
Making a referral – Important News October 2019 Leeds and Bradford waiting list As a temporary measure, Solace will not be accepting new general referrals for clients in the Leeds or Bradford areas from Monday 23rd September 2019. There are some exceptions to who can still be referred into our Leeds service. Please see below […]
Do you support Family Reunion arrivals? What? The British Red Cross in Leeds are running life-skills groups for families who have arrived on FR visas within the last 12 months. The groups are open to both sponsors and recently arrived family members, and children are very welcome to come along too. When? Groups are Mondays […]
Excellent briefing from Mary at Asylum Matters – please contact her directly about issues arising from this [email protected] AIRE The AIRE service is now live and you should be able to reach Migrant Help via: The FRC (First Response Centre) phoneline 0808 8010 503. Though the phoneline is available 24/7, calls are encouraged outside peak […]
We just found out about the Aylum Team Duty number: which apparently operates between 08:30 and 10:45 on weekdays: 0113 341 1955 This number came from an unnamed HO employee, after we’d raised concerns that the General line for reporting “0113 3865985 (only staffed between 10:00 – 12:00 and 14:00 – 16:00)” never seemed to […]
A Community Connectors Project has been established within the Migration Team (who are based within the Communities Team at LCC) to support new migrant communities to connect with local services and existing community networks by encouraging participation and independence, that benefits all communities. 16 neighbourhoods in Leeds are now categorised as being in the most deprived […]
As you will know from previous posts, the telephone and web support for Asylum Seekers is changing. The old Asylum Help telephone number is now obsolete It has been replaced by the Migrant Help First Response Centre (FRC) – 0808 8010 503 which is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year The service offered […]
Please see our New Roots timetable for August and drop in leaflet. The New Roots project is part-funded through the European Union Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. Making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union.