The Hub Advice Project is a welfare rights and social drop-in service for asylum seekers, refugees and members of the BAME community.
We offer a safe space for clients to talk, seek welfare rights advice, and/or obtain emergency financial support.
About our Covid Response
We reopened our Drop In on a limited basis during the summer (Tuesday 28th July) for face-to-face advice and support (at a suitable distance).
MOST RECENT COVID STATUS: the weekly drop-in service is currently OPEN.
We are also continuing to operate a drop-off service for essential supplies.
Come and say hi, every Tuesday
The service is delivered via a weekly drop-in (Tuesdays 3:30 – 6:00 pm at Westgate Baptist Church), providing welfare rights advice to asylum seekers, refugees, Europeans and members of the BAME community.
How can we help?
RT @migrants_rights: 1/ New on our website! 5 translations of Know Your Rights, our active guide for migrants living in the UK. You can now…Read More
This is a belated thank you to @Fab_Bakery for the wonderful loaves of bread they provided before Christmas. to supplement their All of our clients were so grateful to receive so delicious and lovingly made fresh bread. #workingtogether #fab_bakeryRead More
So although the drop in is closed today, the welfare advice doesn't stop. For anyone who needs advice please call our caseworkers Bridget on 07500338126 or Dean on 07547393191. #heretohelp #keepworking #thehubRead More
RT @WestEndRefugee: Another big thanks to This is Us in Gateshead, @feedingfamilie1 and The Sai Centre Newcastle for their #Foodparcels fo…Read More
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