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I'm a refugee seeking advice
The North of England Refugee Servce works with refugees to help them build lives in the UK. If you have recently been granted leave to remain or if you are returning to us for help, we offer advice on the following: Face to Face or Telephone Advice Move on advice for people who have recently been granted status Getting into employment or training for employment Accessing health services Accessing therapeutic support Identifying and directing users to other organisations to fulfil there needs such as ESOL classes.
For further information about post leave to remain contact the Integration Project CLICK HERE (Paul Nielsen) on 0191 245 7301 in the Newcastle Office or Email Paul@refugee.org.uk. For those in the Sunderland area Contact 0191 510 8701, For those in the Tees Valley area contact 01642 217 447.
You may also Contact the One Stop Service for Information; please CLICK HERE
If you are facing destitution (food hardship etc) in the Tyne and Wear area these organisations may be able to help; please CLICK HERE.
If you are facing destitution (food hardship etc) in the County Durham or Tees Valley areas these organisations may be able to help; please CLICK HERE.
If you are a Qualified Health Care Professional with Refugee Status you may be interested in the Refugee Health Care Professionals Project; CLICK HERE for more details.
If you are Aged 16-25 you may be interested in the Phoenix (Fi: Niks) Mentoring Project; CLICK HERE for more details.
Ners offers Volunteering oportunities; please CLICK HERE for more details