Get Help

Oxford is well resourced with a wide variety of service providers offering various types of support to survivors, from food banks to family reunion services.

Crisis

Mental health & well-being coaching. Housing coaching. Job coaching. Classes (inc English) and training opportunities, front of house, barrista, etc. Breakfast club x 2/wk.

Emmaus

www.emmaus.org.uk/oxford/
Tel: 01865 402073

Emmaus communities provide a home and meaningful work for people who have experienced homelessness, helping them to find a way to move on with their lives.

Refugee Resource

www.refugeeresource.org
Tel: 01865 403280

Provides psychological, social and practical support for refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants to help them heal from trauma and suffering, and to build new lives as part of Oxfordshire’s diverse community.  

Asylum Welcome

www.asylum-welcome.org
Tel: 01865 722082

Welcome centre, food bank (Wed), case support, legal advice, immigration advice, job support (interview training), youth club.

Sanctuary Hosting

www.sanctuaryhosting.org/

Tel: 07818 555986

Hosting asylum seekers, refugees and those experiencing homelessness.

Elmore Community Services

Provides high quality services for marginalised and disenfranchised people throughout Oxfordshire.

Red Cross

www.redcross.org.uk/
Tel: 0808 196 3651

Family tracing, family reunion, reporting of traffickers, legal advice, food bank.

Salvation Army

www.salvationarmy.org.uk/modern-slavery

Confidential Referral Helpline 0800 808 3733

Medical, legal and financial support for adult survivors in England and Wales, as well as accommodation, counselling, interpretation and assistance with securing a home, training or a job.

Aspire

www.aspireoxfordshire.org/
Tel: 01865 204450

Education and training, finding employment opportunities, English courses.

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