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St Pancras Refugee Centre (SPaRC)

SPaRC makes contact with asylum seekers and refugees through word of mouth and referrals from other agencies. It helps refugees to survive, build new lives and integrate in the broader community.

Services include:

  • advice and advocacy provided a specialist
  • welfare rights
  • housing
  • community care
  • asylum support and immigration
  • referrals to the relevant professional service

Facilities:

  • Drop-in sessions Wednesday and Friday from 12pm to 3pm, where people can access a hot meal, advice and social support.
  • ESOL and sewing classes

 

 

 

Address:
8 Fairhazel Gardens, London , NW6 3SG
Umbrella org:
Holy Cross Centre Trust
Telephone:
020 7278 4437
Who is it for:
asylum seekers and refugees
Train/tube:
Kings Cross (tube/train)
Sector:
Public

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