The Lifeline Service aims to prevent and alleviate the destitution of refugees and people seeking asylum. This free, independent and multilingual service assists families and individuals to overcome crisis situations and progress towards long term stability, independence and resolution of their status.
We help our clients through drop in surgeries, one to one casework and referrals. There are three main lifesaving strands of our service:
- Advice, information and casework assistance to assist those who are at risk of destitution anywhere in Scotland, the UK and Europe.
- Crisis grants to help the most vulnerable, women, children, the elderly and sick progress towards independence
- Shelter provided by “refugee hosts” in their own homes (please see more information under Rooms for Refugees)
Last updated 17/09/2018
Can you help us improve this listing? Give feedback