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SOLICITORS & LEGAL SUPPORT
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Immigration solicitorsLegal aidWilson Solicitors LLP697 High Road, Tottenham, London, N17 8ADTel: 020 8808 7535, Fax: 020 8880 3393info@wilsonllp.co.uk
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Immigration solicitorsLegal aidBirnberg Pierce 14 Inverness Street, London, NW1 7HJ Tel: 020 7911 0166, Fax: 020 7911 0170Fixed Fee/Hourly Rate
(Call on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 3:00pm-4:00pm)
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Immigration solicitorsElder Rahimi SolicitorsNorvin House, 45-55 Commercial Street, London, E1 6BD Tel: 020 7377 6600, Fax: 020 7377 8800london@elderrahimi.co.uk
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Immigration solicitorsLegal aidSutovic and Hartigan271 High St, London, W3 9BTTel: 0208 993 5544, Fax: 0208 993 2555
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Immigration solicitorsLegal aidBindmans LLP236 Gray's Inn Road, London, WC1X 8HBTel: 020 7833 4433, Fax: 020 7837 9792info@bindmans.com
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Immigration solicitorsWesley Gryk Solicitors LLP140 Lower Marsh, London, SE1 7AETel: 020 7401 6887, Fax: 020 7261 9985contact@gryklaw.com
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Immigration solicitorsLegal aidDuncan LewisTel: 033 3772 0409:
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Public Law SolicitorsLegal aidDeighton Pierce Glynn8 Union Street, London, SE1 1SZ Tel: 020 7407 0007, Fax: 020 7407 0444mail@dpglaw.co.uk
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Public Law SolicitorsLegal aidBhatt Murphy10 Tyssen Street, London, E8 2FETel: 020 7729 1115, Fax: 020 7729 1117mail@bhattmurphy.co.uk
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Public Law SolicitorsLeigh DayPriory House, 25 St. John’s Lane, London, EC1M 4LBTel: 020 7650 1200, Fax: 020 7253 4433postbox@leighday.co.uk
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Asylum Support Appeals Project (ASAP)http://www.asaproject.org/Studio 11/12, Container City Building, 48 Trinity Buoy Wharf, London, E14 0FNTel: 0790 36 30 392 Fax: 0203 716 0272 We reduce destitution amongst asylum seekers by protecting their legal rights to food & shelter. ASAP carries out 3 types of work: 1). free, high-quality legal representation & advice to asylum seekers & refused asylum seekers appealing to the Asylum Support Tribunal against the Home Office decisions to refuse or discontinue their housing, financial subsistence, or both. 2). Provide asylum support advice & training to frontline organisations, advice agencies & legal practitioners working with asylum seekers. Provide training options & operate a second-tier Advice Line for advisers.3). Policy, lobbying & litigation to improve policies and procedures on asylum supporWomens project addresses the asylum support needs of vulnerable female asylum seekers
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ACCOMMODATION
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Local CouncilsIf someone is released destitute, they need to present themselves physically at the local council (of wherever they are) to the Customer Service Centre and they should be able to provide them with emergency accommodation.
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NACCOMhttps://naccom.org.uk/projects/NACCOM is committed to bringing an end to destitution amongst asylum seekers, refugees and migrants with no recourse to public funds living in the UK.
On the website there is an option to select the current status of the person you are wanting to help – once selected this will take you to a list of charities and organisations nationally who offer accommodation and/or support.
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Migrant Helphttps://www.migranthelpuk.org/free asylum helpline - 0808 8010 503info@migranthelpuk.orgThe charity operates from 10 offices across the United Kingdom, providing advice, guidance and support to asylum seekers, refugees and victims of modern-day slavery and human trafficking.[2][3
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Room for Refugeeswww.roomforrefugees.comRoom For Refugees c/o Positive Action in Housing Ltd, 98 West George Street, Glasgow G2 1PJ0141 353 2220info@roomforrefugees.comAccommodation through referral or self referral within a volunteers home for varying amounts of time.
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Refugees at Homehttps://www.refugeesathome.org/0300 365 4724Refugees at Home is a UK charity which connects those with a spare room in their home to refugees and asylum seekers in need of somewhere to stay. 
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Doulas Without Bordershttps://www.doulaswithoutborders.com/Nationwide0790 415 4748info@doulaswithoutborders.comAt Doulas Without Borders, our UK-wide network of voluntary doulas provides women and birthing people who have experienced trauma and are in financial hardship with the companionship, physical, emotional and educational support needed during pregnancy, birth and early parenthood.
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DIRECTORIES
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Migrant and Refugee Children Legal Unit
Services Map

https://miclu.org/servicesmapAn excellent map which gives details of asylum support services across the country.
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Jubilee+ Refugee Network https://jubilee-plus.org/refugee-network/find-your-local-project/An extensive map showing and providing links to local projects around the country for refugees and asylum seekersOur vision is to see churches increasingly playing a major role in welcoming, loving and supporting refugees and asylum seekers in the UK, both through practical action and as a voice for justice, so they can integrate, flourish and play a full part in society.
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Refugee Councilhttps://www.refugeecouncil.org.uk/get-support/services/Info line 0808 196 7272
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Catholic Women's League CIO - https://catholicwomensleaguecio.org.uk/about/relief-refugee/PO BOX 104, Ledbury HR8 9RG (+44) 01531 633502natsec@cwlhq.org.uk for emergency grants
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British Red Crosshttps://www.redcross.org.uk/get-help/get-help-as-a-refugee/contact-your-local-refugee-service
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List of orgs that donate technologyhttps://therestartproject.org/where-to-donate-your-computer/
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DOMESTIC ABUSE
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National Domestic Violence Helpline – 0808 2000 247
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Women’s Aid

https://www.womensaid.org.ukFind local refuges and support around the country. Survivors forum and live chat for survivors of domestic abuse. Handbook of advice and information.
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MKAAN
Services for black and minoritised women

https://www.imkaan.org.uk/get-helpSignposting to specialist support for BME women survivors of domestic violence, including Latin American, Kurdish and Asian.
Advocacy, research, training and consultancy.
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HEALTH ISSUES
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Doctors of the World Clinichttps://www.doctorsoftheworld.org.uk/Clinic advice line: 0808 1647 686 (freephone).Doctors of the world run clinic and advocacy programmes in London providing medical care, information and practical support to destitute migrants and those of no fixed address.
they can give you free and confidential support, whatever your immigration status & wherever you live in the UK if you’re having problems getting healthcare
They provide a translation service for people who do not speak English

They can reimburse limited travel expenses.
They also run drop-ins for various groups – see their website:
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FGM
FORWARD
Foundation for Women’s Health Research and Development
www.forwarduk.org.ukFORWARD Suite 4.7 Chandelier Building, 8 Scrubs Lane, London NW10 6RBTel: 0208 960 4000
This line is open from 10am to 12 midday, Monday to Friday.
General: forward@forwarduk.org.uk Referrals: support@forwarduk.org.ukThe leading African women-led organisation working to end violence against women and girls that campaigns against discriminatory practices against girls and women in Africa, Europe and in the UK which affect their dignity and wellbeing with specific focus on female genital mutilation (FGMS), child marriage and obstetric fistula.FORWARD provides advice, one-to-one support and signposting to other services for women and girls affected by any form of violence. We also answer questions about female genital mutilation (FGM), other harmful practices, domestic and sexual violence. Our services for African women and girls are in London but we also have partners across the UK we can direct you to.
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Understanding who is eligible for free NHS health care in the UK

https://www.asylumineurope.org/reports/country/united-kingdom/reception-conditions/health-careA useful summary of who can receive free NHS treatment in the UK and the challenges that people face trying to navigate the system. Legal Framework,
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Mental Health - Single Point of AccessSingle Point of Access Mental Health Liaison teams exist all over the UK. Search online for the team in the area your client is located. They can refer people to appropriate services, mental health support or urgent care if needed.
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The Mix
https://www.themix.org.uk/get-support/speak-to-our-team/the-mix-counselling-service
Mental health support for young people aged under 25 years. Offer phone and webchat counselling. Around 10 weeks.
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SUPPORT FOR TORTURE SURVIVORS
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Helen Bamber Foundation for survivors of human crueltywww.helenbamber.org0203 058 2020reception@helenbamber.orgWelfare/housing, counter trafficking, therapy, legal protection, medical advisory service, integration. We offer survivors access to an individually tailored programme of specialist psychological care and physical rehabilitation activities alongside an advisory GP clinic, expert medico-legal documentation, safeguarding, welfare and housing support, creative arts and employability skills programmes.They consider referrals of men and women who:
1. Are over 18 years old
2. Are living in London*
3. Have experienced direct extreme human cruelty including torture, human trafficking and other forms of interpersonal violence
4. Have ongoing legal protection needs (i.e. do not yet have legal status in the UK)
5. Have primary mental health needs relating to their history of trauma. People can self-refer or we can make a referral for them. This is ONLY done online.
*Referrals can be made only for “medico-legal reports" for those living across the UK & not in London.
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Freedom from Torture

https://www.freedomfromtorture.org
LondonTel: 0207 697 7777 london@freedomfromtorture.org Freedom from Torture helps empower survivors and rebuild lives. They provide therapy and support and campaign on detention and asylum rights. You can refer people to their service for therapy using their referral form for survivors of torture. Contact the relevant office for enquiries regarding the referral process.They consider referrals of men and women who: Are over 18 years old; Have experienced direct extreme human cruelty including torture, human trafficking and other forms of interpersonal violence; Have primary mental health needs relating to their history of trauma
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Freedom from Torture

North WestTel: 0161 236 5744 northwest@freedomfromtorture.org
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Freedom from Torture

North EastTel: 0191 261 5825 northeast@freedomfromtorture.org
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Freedom from Torture

ScotlandTel: 0141 420 3161 scotland@freedomfromtorture.org5
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Freedom from Torture

West MidlandsTel: 0121 314 6825
westmidlands@freedomfromtorture.org
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Freedom from Torture

Wales, South West, East Midlands, East of England, Yorkshire & Humberside*Please refer enquiries to our London centre if you are making a referral from Wales, the South West, East Midlands, East of England and Yorkshire & Humberside.
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ENGLISH LEARNING
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Conversations Over BordersNational (online)0787 138 7035
conversationoverborders@gmail.com
Sign up form: https://www.conversationoverborders.org/learn-english
We connect volunteer tutors with asylum seekers and refugees for one-on-one English conversation classes online. This increases confidence in spoken English, builds agency and reduces social isolation. We run group classes, Wellbeing events and support to reduce social isolation and welcome refugees.
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English for Action
London and national (online)
Sign up form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe5reutQzk3y-S8rlFT5-KD7kmYAZeVRU-iis2_B8UNMhG4NA/viewform
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USEFUL IMMIGRATION INFO
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Right to Remain Toolkit
https://righttoremain.org.uk/toolkit/
A step-by-step guide to the UK asylum and immigration system
The Right to Remain Toolkit is free to use, and it’s for people who want to learn more about the legal process, or a particular part of the legal process. You might be making an application or are thinking about it; you might be helping someone else to do so. It is available in several languages.
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