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ASSIST Sheffield

Summary
ASSIST Sheffield helps those who have been made destitute after receiving a refusal of their asylum claim by providing accommodation, advice and other support to those who are in most need or distress.


Description

We're a charity and we're enitrely reliant on volunteers, grants and the generosity of the people of Sheffield and the surrounding area.

At ASSIST Sheffield we support some of the most vulnerable people living in Sheffield - people who have been unsuccessful in their applications for asylum and as a result have been made destitute. Many of them have escaped the unimaginable horrors of war, violence and persecution, but simply telling the truth about the conditions they have fled sadly isn't always enough.

Without refugee status those who are seeking asylum are not allowed to work. Once their initial application for asylum has been turned down many are left with no right to housing, benefits or other vital support. They're left homeless, destitute and vulnerable on the streets of our city.

This is where we come in. ASSIST Sheffield is an invaluable lifeline for people in Sheffield who have been refused asylum status, offering solidarity, support and hope in the form of accommodation, advice and access to essential services.

 


Who to contact

Telephone
0300 201 0072
E-mail
admin@assistsheffield.org.uk
Website
https://www.assistsheffield.org.uk
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/assistsheffield/
Twitter
https://twitter.com/ASSISTSheffield

Where to go

Name
ASSIST Sheffield
Address
c/o Victoria Hall Methodist Church
Norfolk Street
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
Postcode
S1 2JB
Notes

Entrance to the building outside of drop-in times is via the Reception on Chapel Walk (opposite Superdrug).


When is it on?

Time / Date Details
Appointments are available by calling us on 0300 201 0072

Inclusion Information

Supports special needs and disabilities
No
Able to accommodate other cultures/ethnicities
Yes
Additional culture/ethnicity information
ASSIST has supported thousands of people living in Sheffield from countries all around the world since 2003.

Other Details

Referral required
No
Facilities
  • Drop-in Facilities

Last Updated
18/08/2021
Keywords
Asylum, Asylum Seekers, Destitution, Accommodation, Subsistence, No Recourse to Public Funds, NRPF.
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