Welcome to the Self Help Hub's guide to supporting services & resources - listed under this section I, J & K are resources supporting the following subject areas: Immigration, Inclusion, Jobs & Job Hunting, Kindness, Knife Crime. Click below to find more details of services supporting these issues.
Give people the knowledge and confidence they need to find their way forward - whoever they are, and whatever their problem. Their network of charities offers confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free.
EU Settlement Scheme - 0800 0564 745
If you or a family member are a EU citizen you need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after the UK leaves the EU.
To find out more please call the free advice line 0800 0564 745
This is open Monday to Friday, 10.00am - 4.00pm, and you can speak to an advisor who can provide help and support.
For more information about applying, click here.
Migrant Children's Project - CORAM Children's Legal Centre
This project can provide one off advice via email firstname.lastname@example.org; connects you to expert advice from a solicitor, legal advice on issues affecting children or young people subject to immigration control.
UK immigration advice for people fleeing Ukraine - FREE
Читайте українською | Читайте на русском | Polski
A group of volunteer legal professionals with immigration and asylum expertise. We are providing a free service to connect Ukrainian citizens (and others fleeing Ukraine) with free legal advice on UK immigration, visas and asylum from qualified and regulated lawyers.
Right To Remain
Charity offering advice and information about the UK immigration and asylum system.
Rights of Women: Immigration and Asylum Law Line - 020 7490 7689
For women who need advice on their immigration status including immigration law including domestic violence, long residence and family life; rights of Europeans and their families in the UK, asylum, trafficking, financial support options.
Settled provides information, advice and support services to help EU citizens who have made a home in the UK. Advisers speak a total of 23 languages. Services include:
- Telephone advice-lines in English, Bulgarian, French, Italian, Polish Romanian, Slovak and Spanish
- Facebook online advice forums in Bulgarian, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak & Czech and Spanish.
- Online interactive information sessions
You may also find it useful to look at other sections of this directory including equality and gender identity.
Love Has No Labels - Ad Council
Video supporting diversity and inclusion.
Whether you are looking for a job, trying to get a CV together or considering setting up your own business, check out the links below to find support. You may also want to check out our A-Z Directory under the sections for Careers and Apprenticeships too.
My Big Career
A charity dedicated to providing careers advice and support to young people, from disadvantaged backgrounds. If you are aged 16-21 and would like to speak to someone about your educational or employment pathways such as help creating a good application for uni or an an apprenticeship or creating a CV contact MyBigCareer - simply fill in a form on their website to request help - link here.
Local Village Network
LVN support 14-24 year olds and run a series of programmes in schools and youth clubs across London, offer free online mentoring via their app and have a database of over 2300 opportunities and activities for young people listed on our app and website. Includes mentoring schemes to help 14-24 year olds find work including help with CV's.
Princes Trust 0800 842 842 or live online chat
A charity that helps 11 to 30 year-olds to find the tools and confidence to try free courses and start careers. Open to 11-30. year olds across the UK no matter if they have been facing some serious issues such as homelessness or if they've been in trouble with the law.
Advice with creating a CV, interview top tips, educational programmes and more.
Youth Employment UK
An independent organisation giving young people skills, careers support and tools to fulfil their potential. A Skills and Careers Hub provides 14-24 year olds with free resources, advice and guidance with practical tools to support young people through education, transition into employment and beyond in a process of lifelong learning.
"Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see" - Mark Twain.
Kindness UK aim to make kindness a part of our day and to promote the many positive benefits of kindness to health and the overall wellbeing of society.
Random Acts of Kindness
Get inspired with ideas and stories and ways to be kind to yourself and others. RAK is a small, non profit organisation that invests resources into 'making kindness the norm'. They believe that all people can connect through kindness and that kindness can be taught. RAK follow a simple framework for everything they do. Inspire -> Empower -> Act -> Reflect -> Share.
The positive benefits of kindness on wellbeing are proven - Watch this short RAK video on the science of Kindness!
Kindfulness Practices with the Psychologies Magazine 'Kindness Tsar'
Combining mindfulness with kindness as a focus to create a powerful practice that can help to reduce stress and bring wellbeing benefits.
'We are not kind to be noticed. We are kind because it is the right thing to do'. - Marcus Rashford MBE
See also under C for Crime and G for Gangs.
Fearless is a 24/7 site where you can access non-judgemental information and advice about crime and criminality. Fearless can also provide you with a safe place to give information to them about crime via an online form - 100% anonymously.