Eligibility

If your client is:

  1. A Refugee – Granted leave to remain with recourse to public funds and eligible to have their fees paid for by Housing Benefits
  2. An Asylum Seeker/Destitute Asylum Seeker or Economic Migrant – without recourse to public funds but is being supported by the Home Office/Local Authority or another organisation/Charity willing to pay contracted fees.
  3. An Asylum Seeker Leaving Care/Foster Care – Currently supported by the Local Authority or another organization/Charity willing to pay contracted fees.
  4. A Victim of Domestic Violence on a Spouse Visa
  5. A victim of Human Trafficking
  6. A victim of Forced Marriage
  7. A victim of Honour Based Violence
If your client is in need of:

  • Accommodation & Support
  • Help to Access Benefit Entitlement
  • Advice, Guidance and Information
  • Help with Basic Life Skills
  • Help with Health or Pregnancy related issues
  • Help to Access Education
  • Help with Integration

Please Contact Us.

Homeless Refugees, Asylum Seekers and victims of Domestic Violence, Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence who are in need of immediate accommodation and support are accepted into Palm Cove Society. Acceptance is on the basis of a 12 month licence to reside or until a permanent tenancy is secured.

Victims of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking are accommodated by the guidelines as set out by the National Referral Mechanism (NRM)
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/human-trafficking-victims-referral-and-assessment-forms.

Whereas destitute asylum seekers with additional support needs and Unaccompanied Asylum Seeker Children leaving Care/Foster Care who are being supported by social services can have an indefinite period of residence with Palm Cove Society.

Referral must be made by one of our key partnerships such as social services, the local council, health care provider, the police, housing providers, hostels or voluntary initiatives working with any of the above mentioned client groups.

For migrants or asylum seekers, prior to admission contracts must be signed by the relevant fee paying body, whose agent must accompany the individual and any children to our premises.

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