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We provide a culturally sensitive and trauma-informed service for refugees and asylum seekers who are struggling with life in the UK.


After arriving in the UK many people face barriers to settling into their new communities. We support our clients with this transition, with community-led peer support, counselling and practical advice offered in English, Ukrainian, Arabic and Farsi.

We run seven weekly online wellbeing peer support groups:

  • Monday Wellbeing Group (for all)

  • Women's Wellbeing Group (for female-identifying people)

  • Tea & Talk (to meet people and make friends)

  • LGBTQ+ Wellbeing Group (for people who identify as LGBTQ+)

  • Farsi Wellbeing Group (for Farsi-speakers)

  • Arabic Wellbeing Group (for Arabic-speakers)

  • Ukrainian Wellbeing Group (for Ukrainian-speakers)

The support groups focus on improving wellbeing, learning new skills and overcoming problems you might have experienced before or since arriving in the UK. 

To access our support, please fill out a referral form in English, Arabic, Farsi, French or Ukrainian.


We offer free, confidential online support and in-person support (in Brighton) for LGBTQ+ displaced people and people questioning their sexuality or identity. 

You can register for this support here.

To offer your support as a volunteer or to discuss therapeutic collaboration, please get in touch with Matt on

What Clients Say

"This is the place we come when we want to clear our head. We talk about anything and we are here for you and you us."
- Barry, Tea & Talk
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