The Hub Advice Project is a welfare rights and social drop-in service for asylum seekers, refugees and members of the BAME community.
We aim to offer a safe space for clients to talk, seek welfare rights advice, and/or obtain emergency financial support.
About our Covid Response
MOST RECENT COVID STATUS: the service is currently OPEN for clients to seek welfare rights advice and/or obtain emergency financial support.
We will be open between 3:30pm – 5:30 pm on Tuesdays for a limited service, and will re-open for a full social service as soon as government regulations allow.
Our caseworker team is also still available for help via phone, email, or social media.
The Hub Advice service is dedicated to providing welfare rights advice to asylum seekers, refugees, Europeans and members of the BAME community. Please contact us via social media, email, or phone, with any requests for help or you can visit the drop-in.
How can we help?
RT @Justice1st1: @SRA_NE are working on an important campaign which affects many of our clients across Teesside and the North East. #afford…Read More
@Justice1st1 Well done everyone 🙂Read More
Spring is in the air but our clients still face challenges such as benefit cuts, poverty, destitution, debt, unemployment, and of course Covid-19. We continue to work hard behind the scenes advising where needed. We are hopeful that we will be able to reopen soon🤞Read More
@Justice1st1 What a lovely blog. The work you both do is so incredibly important! Happy #InternationalWomenDay2021!Read More
RT @Justice1st1: If you need help with a fresh claim or refugee settlement application, and you missed Lucie today @opendoorne, not to worr…Read More