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New Roots

Address Oak House, 94 Park Lane, Leeds, LS3 1EL


Phone 0113 386 2207

Email newroots.leeds@refugeecouncil.org.uk

Description

Outline

New Roots is a service run in collaboration between RETAS, Refugee Council and PATH Yorkshire that has been designed to provide a holistic approach to supporting refugees in Leeds and West Yorkshire. 

The project will give clients 3 types of support:

Engage

Connect

Aspire


Drop in

This project is delivered between the three partner organisations who join together at a weekly drop-in, whilst providing individual services through their established roots in the community. The drop in takes place:

Thursdays
10am - 1pm
Refugee Council, Oak House, 2nd Floor, Park Lane, Leeds, LS3 1EL.


Eligibility

Refugee/ Humanitarian Protection/ ILR [Settlement]/ DLR [Over 12 months- as a result of an asylum claim]/ Resettled refugees. To access this service clients must provide BRP or Home Office letter.

New Roots welcomes referrals from other organisations.




We cover the following areas
Leeds

Organisation type
voluntary sector or charity


Accessible to wheelchair users Yes



This page was last updated on: 18 December 2018


NRPF network

Address London,


Website NRPF network [external website]

Description

Outline

The NRPF Network is a network of local authorities and partner organisations focusing on the statutory response to migrants with care needs who have no recourse to public funds [NRPF].

The NRPF Network works at practice, policy and strategic levels and aims to:

The purpose of the regional NRPF Networks is to facilitate information sharing, and to discuss national/regional policies and good practice. 

Regional NRPF network in Yorkshire and the Humber 
Meetings take place quarterly in Leeds city centre and are open to local authority and voluntary sector representatives. For contact details, go to www.nrpfnetwork.org.uk/regionalnetworks/Pages/default.aspx#york




Organisation type
local authority
network, forum or partnership
public or statutory




This page was last updated on: 06 September 2020