We work to improve the outcomes for migrants in Limerick and the Mid-West region through our Direct Support services which assist migrants in accessing their rights and entitlements. Our Direct Support services are available to all migrants no matter what their status or situation. Follow the links below for further information.
- The Advice and Information Centre is open to the public three days per week (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday) on a drop-in basis or by appointment (see here for details).
- The Legal Service may be accessed by referral following assessment by an Advice and Information Centre caseworker.
- The anti-trafficking office provides specialised support to victims of human trafficking, who have access to a designated case worker; the anti-trafficking officer and the legal office.
- Report a racist incident to our dedicated anti-racism project officers, who will provide you with information about your rights and the options for formal reporting. We offer an accompaniment service for formal reporting if you wish to report to the Gardaí. Further support can be made available through our advice and information centre and legal service.
Our direct support services are accessed by over 1,200 migrants per year. Through the provision of Direct Support services our caseworkers and legal team identify migrants’ needs and immigration issues as they arise, and we develop an evidence base to inform our campaigning activities.
- We offer scheduled training sessions on a regular basis, open to small groups from organisations or individual members of the general public. To cater for larger groups or teams, we provide in-house training tailored to your organisation’s needs. Read more here.
- Basic English classes for migrants are held throughout the academic year on Monday and Thursdays from 10.30am to 12 noon. Read more here.