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Refugee & Asylum Seekers Drop-In sessions

This drop-in will provide a safe space for people to connect and share their experiences. 

- Confidential one-to-one mental health advice and support.

- Information and access to I.T. and English classes.

- Emotional health and well-being resources will be made available.

- Information about different organisations supporting refugees and asylum seekers. 

Saint Mary in the Baum, 2 Saint Mary's Gate, Rochdale, OL16 1AP
Umbrella org:
Rochdale and District Mind / Caring & Sharing
Area serviced:
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale
Contact name:
Ruksana Ghoas / Nicky Iginla
Ruksana : 07896 146109
Text Phone:
Nicky : 07944 238892
Opening times:
Every Thursday from 11am till 2pm
How to apply:
Just turn up

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