If you are looking for help, the first place to go is usually our Drop In Advice Centre.
This runs Monday – Thursday at the Sycamore Centre.
Tickets are given out from 8:30am and clients are seen from 9:30am onwards.
Please arrive by 9:00am to ensure entry and avoid disappointment.
One of our advisors will talk with you to find out which of our many projects will be helpful to you.
Our Projects (please click on each for more information)
Anti-Destitution Project – help for those who have been refused refugee status
Children and Families Project – Activities, events and care for families with children
Community Cafe – Monday-Thursday: come and get a hot meal (donations welcome)
Communities of Identity – Small grants
Drop In Advice Centre – Initial advice – after which you may be referred to another project
Employability – Helping refugees into employment
ESOL – English Classes – Entry level conversational English lessons
Garden Project – a community garden run by volunteers
Interpreting Services – Providing trained interpreters for our own projects and beyond
Into The Mainstream – Helping with access to health care – doctors, dentists, maternity etc.
Legal Project – Accredited to give advice and represent clients on their immigration/asylum matters
Money Sorted – Advice on money management and budgeting
One Stop Shop Advice – advice and assistance in accessing mainstream services
Opportunity and Change – help with access to education, employment and training
Resettlement Project – Helping vulnerable families settle into their new homes in Nottinghamshire
Welfare Rights and Benefits – Assistance with accessing welfare rights and benefits
Women’s Group – For female asylum seekers and refugees, meeting every Friday morning
Youth Project – Supporting young people as they adjust to life in the UK
Our work wouldn’t be possible without the amazing support of our funders. Big or small, we thank you!