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At DPIA we may do a lot, but we can’t do everything. Here is some other organisations working in Wales that could help and what they do…
FOR URGENT SUPPORT
Police, Fire & Ambulance: CALL 999
T: 101 or 01792 456999
101 or 01792 456999
T: 116 123
T: 0808 80 10 800
T: 0845 4647
T: 01792 517882
FOR EVERYTHING ELSE
Phone: 01792 470298
Area: Cardiff, Swansea
Services: Offers free legal advice and representation to asylum seekers, recognised refugees and other vulnerable migrants. Run drop in sessions in Cardiff and Swansea.
Phone: 029 2049 9421
Address: 113-116 Bute Street, Cardiff, CF10 5EQ
Areas: Cardiff, Caerphilly, Merthyr, Newport, Swansea and Wrexham
Services: Provides support and advice for people affected or threatened with domestic abuse and all forms of violence such as female genital mutilation, forced marriage, honour based violence, human trafficking and modern slavery. In some cases, BAWSO can provide temporary accommodation.
24 HOUR HELPLINE: 0800 731 8147
Phone: 029 20644 633
Areas: Cardiff, Newport, Neath Port Talbot, Swansea, Abergele
Services: Destitution (Homelessness) Support, Casework and Advice, Familiy Reunion, Help with Urgent Needs
Cardiff: 02920 695759
Newport: 01633 245774
Neath: 01639 824946
Swansea: 02920 695759
Abergele: 01745 828350
Areas: Swansea, Powys, Carmarthenshire, Cardiff, Wrexham, Newport
Services: Asylum Seeker & Refugee Advice Service/ Asylum Rights Project which offers appointment-based advice from the EYST offices in Swansea
Swansea: Units B & C, 11 St Helen Road, Swansea, SA1 4AB
Phone: 01792 466980/1
Areas: Cardiff + several locations in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland
Services: Asylum Helpline that is free, open 24/7/365 and accessible to all asylum seekers in the UK
Helpline number: 0808 8010 503
Services: sports activities, choir, drumming group, ESOL, cultural trips, advocacy forums, women’s health and beauty sessions, women’s arts and crafts, creche, acupuncture, yoga, print making, repair cafe.
Phone: 029 2046 0424
Address: 69b Splott Road, Cardiff, CF24 2BW
Services: Phone Credit for Refugees and Displaced People supports asylum seekers and refugees separated from their families by war and conflict. They provide mobile phone top-ups so that they can get in touch with their families, communicate with support agencies and stay safe.
Areas: Cardiff, Newport, Swansea, Wrexham
Services: REACH+ centres provide one central point of contact for anyone wishing to access ESOL in these cities.
REACH+ also offers ReStart, a service which offers advice and support in accessing support for housing, education, money, employment and more.
Area: All Wales
Services: Help for young Asylum Seekers and Refugees up to 25 years old. Their work includes advocacy casework, a participation group, consultation work and accessing volunteering opportunities.
Lee Evans: 07957 472070, email@example.com
Shona Ure: 07931 507786, firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas: Cardiff, Swansea, Newport and Wrexham
Services: Advice, advocacy and casework support for asylum seekers facing homelessness, destitution, or who need help with asylum support, housing, and accessing education or healthcare. Move On support for newly granted refugees.
Cardiff: 02920 489 800, 120-122 Broadway, Cardiff, CF24 1NJ
Newport: 01633 266 420, 66 Lower Dock Street, Newport, NP20 1EF
Swansea: 01792 630 180, YMCA, 1 The Kingsway, Swansea, SA1 5JQ
Wrexham: 01978 355 818, Bawso, 33 Grosvenor Rd, Wrexham, LL11 1BT