Our vision is to provide a wide range of free high quality services, practical support, and advocacy for refugees and people seeking asylum to help their journey of recovery and growth.
Support and service at Revive include assessment, information, advice and signposting according to each individual needs.
Find all the advice you need about:
Referral and signposting to appropriate organisations
Transition support to people granted refugee status.
English for Speakers of other Languages (ESOL course)
Wellbeing and Employability (including IT) courses
Activities & Volunteering opportunities
A place of welcome, meeting new people and support groups
Services Directory, which will help you to find services in your local area.
Our team of qualified and registered social workers and immigration case workers provide on-going and sustained support to help bring about lasting change in the lives of refugees and people seeking asylum, enabling them to integrate and participate in the life of their new community.
Revive has authorization from the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) to provide immigration advice.
However, Revive cannot change decisions made by the Home Office or UK Border Agency (UKBA) about someone's case.
Although Revive can advise on rights and entitlements and the meaning of laws, we do not provide legal advice or legal representation, but can provide a list of qualified legal representatives.
Visit our Drop-in Centres
Revive runs two high quality friendly drop-in services
Every Wednesday: 11:00am - 4:00pm (Last entry is 2.30pm, but for the queue for services, depending on how busy it is, the drop-in may close earlier)
Northallerton Road, Lower Kersal. Salford, M7 3TD
T: 0750 066 2595
Revive also offers specialist one-to-one OISC level 2 legal advice and social work support by referral, by outreach or by appointment at our Manchester office.
187 Grey Mare Lane, Beswick, Manchester. M11 3ND.
T: 0161 223 5668
F: 0161 223 9195