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Below is a list of links with useful information on mental health care, support for and information on asylum seekers and refugees and translated materials and resources.
Information on Amnesty's campaign for asylum seekers and refugees.
The British Red Cross
Find out what services they provide.
Contains information on topics such as the process of seeking asylum and British Citizenship.
Provides advice, information and assistance to asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland, promotes a strategic response to refugee needs, and campaigns to ensure Scotland plays its role in meeting the UK's legal and humanitarian obligations under the 1951 UN Convention on Refugees.
SRC Guide for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children
Scottish Refugee Council and The Big Step have produced a new guide for children arriving in Scotland on their own to claim asylum. If you would like to buy a copy of the pack please send a cheque to the Scottish Refugee Council for £15. (All unaccompanied children will receive a free copy).
The Glasgow Life website has details of events, classes and activities in museums, libraries, leisure centres and arts venues across Glasgow, as well as information about community learning classes, including ESOL.
Travel Line Scotland
Use the Journey Planner to help plan your client's route.
ONLINE TRANSLATED MATERIALS
The Royal College have useful translated information booklets on mental health.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Resources
Staff working within NHS GG&C can access translated information booklets and materials from the Public Health Resource Unit.