Migrant Hub Referral Form

The Migrant Hub is operating a face to face service from the Woolwich Community Service (Leslie Smith Square, London, SE18 4DW). If you would like to make an appointment for support, please complete this referral form and we will contact you to arrange an appointment time.
 
The information you provide will be shared with the partner organisation you select in the form.

Which Service Do You Need?

What support do you need? *
Do you need immigration advice? Unfortunately we are not able to provide immigration advice at the Migrant Hub. Please tick this box to help us provide evidence of the demand to our funders.
For immigration advice you can contact:
 
Plumstead Legal Centre (http://www.pclc.org.uk/)
 
East Greenwich Legal Advice Clinic (https://www.lawworks.org.uk/legal-advice/individuals/east-greenwich-legal-advice-clinic​).
Housing Advice
Greenwich Housing Rights
Housing support for families and individuals including advice on housing issues/homelessness, tenancy matters, homeless applications, the validity of landlord notices, Section 21 Notices, Ground 8 Notices and court possession proceedings.
Support for Destitute Familes with Children
Together for Migrant Children
Support for families living in poverty, with inadequate housing, experiencing destitution or struggling to meet the material needs of their children including families with No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF). Includes advice for families who are not have their rights met and culturally sensitive parenting support.
 
Project 17
Support to apply for social services assistance for migrant children under Section 17. This is available to families with children under 18 with no recourse to public funds who are experiencing homelessness or severe poverty.
Support for Survivors of Domestic Violence
Housing for Women
Housing support for women escaping domestic abuse and/or trafficking.
 
Her Centre
Support for women and children affected by domestic violence.
Support for Survivors of Sexual Violence 
Rape Crisis South London (RASASC)
Support women and girls (14+) who have experienced any kind of sexual violence, at any point in their lives.
Food Parcels
Lewisham Refugee and Migrant Network (LRMN)
Food parcels for destitute individuals and families.

About You

Please complete the questions below which we will share with the service you have asked to access.
 
These questions may change depending on what service you have chosen to access - please make sure you have selected the right service above before filling them in.
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Is it safe to leave a voicemail or text on this number? *
What kind of tenancy do you have? *
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