Revive work in partnership with food banks in Salford to provide food parcels to destitute asylum seekers and those with No Recourse to Public Funds.
OISC level 3 trained for asylum advice aimed at those with no access to legal aid, there is a referral form on their website:
They run an integration and empowerment programme with all sorts of groups from employment to women to allotment groups.
The Home Office has set up a coronavirus helpline:
Your email must be in English.
We aim to reply to your email within 5 working days.
You can also call the Help centre . If you’ve emailed the help centre already, please do not contact them by phone.
This seems to be intended for queries specifically about the concessions discussed above. The Home Office emphasises that “if your query doesn’t relate to immigration provisions associated with coronavirus (COVID-19) please contact the general immigration helpline on 0300 123 2241″
Solace and Southall Black Sisters launched a new Covid-19 Crisis Project in May. The project offers safe crisis accommodation with specialist support to women and children fleeing domestic abuse and other forms of violence against women and girls, across London during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The support is available for women with NRPF status.