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EU Settlement Scheme: community support for vulnerable citizens

Organisations funded to provide support to vulnerable and at risk EU citizens applying to the EU Settlement Scheme.

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Charities, local authorities and voluntary organisations across the UK are being funded to provide help and information to vulnerable EU, EEA and Swiss citizens applying to the EU Settlement Scheme.

Practical support is available for a range of needs including disabled people, children, those with severe mental health conditions, victims of human trafficking or domestic abuse, those without a permanent address, those who are homeless and those who are elderly or isolated.

The 72 grant funded organisations are located across the UK to ensure services are available to those who most need it.

Some services may not be available because of coronavirus (COVID-19). Contact the organisation directly to check the latest opening hours and support available.

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Find out more about the EU Settlement Scheme including how to apply.

Published 14 May 2019
Last updated 19 November 2020 + show all updates
  1. Updated the contact information for Calderdale Council and Citizens Advice Wandsworth.

  2. Updated SIFA's contact details and bio.

  3. Updated email for Nova Wakefield District Limited.

  4. Updated contact details.

  5. Updated contact details.

  6. Updated details to reflect scope and number of organisations.

  7. Updated contact details.

  8. Updated to add contact details and organisation descriptions.

  9. Added notice to state that more information about the organisations on the list is coming soon.

  10. Updated list of organisations.

  11. Updated to explain that grant funded organisations information is out of date.

  12. Added guidance about coronavirus (COVID-19).

  13. Information for the East European Resource Centre and Royal Association for Deaf people updated.

  14. Added biographical information for each organisation.

  15. First published.