Direct Support

We provide support through the following services

Support for families

The asylum system is tough on families. We work with parents and children to help everyone feel nurtured, safe and more at home in Scotland.


Our helpline provides expert information to people at all stages of the asylum process. Support agencies & professionals can also use this helpline for information & advice.

Support for new refugees

This service provides advice about housing, money, education and more to people who have recently received refugee status.      

Resettlement in Dundee

We work with families in Dundee to help parents and children find their feet and make plans for the future.      

Help for destitute people

Many people experience destitution when seeking refugee protection in the UK. If you are destitute or are at risk of becoming destitute, our service can help.

Employability programme

Finding a job can be a challenge. We provide training, advice and help with all aspects of job seeking in Scotland.     

Separated children and young people

The Scottish Guardianship Service helps children and young people who arrive in Scotland alone and separated from their families.

Contact us

Our face-to-face services are provided by appointment only. You can make an appointment by calling our advice line on 0141 223 7979

Which service is right for me?

Not sure which service is right for you? Have a look at the questions and answers in this guide.