DCRS has a dedicated team of coordinators and caseworkers, over 33 volunteers, and a Board of Trustees, who ensure that asylum seekers can seek sanctuary in Plymouth whilst the UK government decides on their claim.
Our aim is to promote independence, prevent destitution and encourage integration of our service users into the local community.
Our caseworkers are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) and are qualified to provide Level 1 immigration advice.
If you require our services please feel free to call us. Or drop into our Plymouth Hub.
This place is important to people, especially when they first arrive.
I need routine in my life as I have so many thoughts in my head...thank you, boss, for taking us out on all these activities, otherwise I would be sitting in my room on my own not being able to do anything about my case. Being able to get out and do different things is keeping me happy.
I have not been on a bike for years; this is so much fun!...being able to get out of the street and come and see the river and speak together felt really freeing.
The girls would really like to get out of the house and enjoy their summer holidays...these trips have been good for me and the girls and my family, we have done activities that we have never done, and the girls have learnt about things
Thank you, Craig, for helping me feel close to the land again!...I am so glad today that God has helped me to gain status and to share it with everyone.
Advocacy, advice, support, education & welcoming communal space for asylum seekers. If urgent, contact email@example.com