Destitute Asylum Seeker Service
Who is this service for?
The Destitute Asylum Seeker Service (DASS) assists refused asylum seekers who are known as ARE (Appeal Rights Exhausted) to find a route out of destitution and resolve their situation.
This service is led by Refugee Survival Trust which works in partnership with Scottish Refugee Council, British Red Cross, University of Strathclyde Law Clinic, Glasgow Night Shelter, Fasgadh and Arise & Walk.
What support can I get from this service?
- An assessment of your needs
- Information and advice about rights and entitlements
- Casework support
- Support with collecting destitution evidence for Section 4 applications
- Access to Refugee Survival Trust destitution and travel grants
How do I access this service?
If you have any questions about the service or would like to refer someone to it, please contact Cath McGee on 0141 353 5603 or email. You can also visit Refugee Survival Trust's website for more information.