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Ugandan Community Relief Association

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They say:  UCRA is one of the oldest established charitable community organisations in London working with Black and Minority Ethnic Groups including refugees and asylum seekers.  It is a Pan-London organisation and agency to the mainstream service providers.

We aim to improve access and we also advocacy, ensuring that services are culturally appropriate to all user groups. Our activities centre mainly on provision of basic skills training - ESOL, IT, literacy, numeracy and promotion of volunteering, immigration casework, health promotions (HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases), work experience and youth services, provides advocacy, counselling support, health focus groups, representation and HIV awareness/educational programmes/workshops and suppport groups. We can advise and assist clients in accessing services such as housing benefit, council tax, income support, registering with GPs, schools, social services and responding to letters.

Area serviced: Pan-London, Haringey, Tottenham
Contact: Sarah Nansukusa
Job title: Director
Address: Selby Centre, Selby Road
N17 8JL
Telephone: 020 8808 6221
Fax: 020 888 039 88
Opening times: Mon-Fri - 9.30am -5.30pm
Who is it for: African Refugee & Asylum seekers.
Languages: English, Luganda, Swahili, French etc.
Access for people
with disabilities:
Childcare: We provide childcare expenses.
Charges: None
How to apply: self referral.
Buses: W3 from Wood Green, 259, 279, 149 from Seven Sisters.
Train/Tube: White Hart Lane - BR services.
Parking: Parking on nearby side stricts, except on match days (Tottenham Hotspur)

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