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Refugee support


We help refugees and asylum seekers access essential services and adapt to life in a new country

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Service Locations

  • 1. Refugee support, Barnsley

    The Friends meeting
    Western Street
    Huddersfield Road

    S70 2BP

    0114 2427385

    Wednesday 10am - 2pm
    Orientation group - Thursday 1pm - 3pm

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  • 2. Refugee support, Bradford

    Millside Centre
    131 Grattan Road

    BD1 2HS

    0113 201 5267

    Tuesday 10am–2pm

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  • 3. Refugee support, Doncaster

    Oxford Place
    off St. James Street

    DN1 3SL

    0114 2427385

    Thursday 1:30pm–3pm

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  • 4. Refugee support, Hull office

    Maritime House
    Kingston Street

    HU1 2DB


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  • 5. Refugee support, Hull drop-in

    91 Princes Avenue

    HU5 3QP

    01482 499830

    Thursdays 10am-12pm

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  • 6. Refugee support, Leeds office

    Humanity House
    2 Armley Court, Armley Road

    LS12 2NB

    0113 201 5267

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  • 7. Refugee support, Leeds drop-in

    c/o PAFRAS
    St Aidan’s Church
    Elford Place West, Leeds

    LS8 5QD

    0113 201 5267

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  • 8. Refugee support, Rotherham

    Elim Christian Centre
    Effingham street
    South Yorkshire

    S65 1PT

    0114 2427385

    Every Tuesday 10am - 2pm
    Orientation group 12pm - 2pm

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  • 9. Refugee support, Sheffield office

    Unit 24 Jessops Riverside
    800 Brightside Lane

    S9 2RX

    0114 2427385

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  • 10. Refugee support, Sheffield drop-in

    Victoria Hall
    Norfolk Street

    S1 2JB

    0114 2427385

    Wednesday 1pm - 4pm

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Read stories of people weʼve helped

When Ibrahim was reunited with his wife and sons, they became the 1000th family to be reunited by the British Red Cross.

Tamba saw his colleagues executed on live TV because they had criticised the Nigerian government.

A Red Cross project in Wales is providing language support to help refugee women settle into their new lives in the UK.

Therese had to flee the Ivory Coast and leave her children behind – until the Red Cross helped reunite them.

Refugee support

A volunteer at the refugee service.

Offer practical support and advice to refugees and asylum seekers to help them settle in to a new environment.