Revive: Supporting Refugees and People Seeking Asylum
Revive is an independent community project which provides free practical support, services and advocacy for refugees and people seeking asylum, regardless of race, religion, gender, sexuality, disability, age or beliefs.
Founded in 2002 as a social justice project. Revive enjoys the support of the CARITAS Diocese of Salford as it stands in solidarity with refugees and people seeking asylum.
Our work is underpinned and inspired by the Christian values of compassion, service, equality and respect for human dignity. Revive aims to promote access to rights, safety, stability and independence.
Revive does this via the provision of a range of high-quality services with friendly drop-in sessions, offering advice, guidance and support on:
- Health care
- Integration programmes/courses
- Emergency provisions
- Digital Inclusion
- Specialised casework
- Domestic Abuse/Violence
- Wellbeing and Employability
- Volunteering opportunities to the refugee and asylum community
Who to contact
Where to go
187, Grey Mare Lane
- M11 3ND
- View M11 3ND on a map
- Associated Cost
- Referral required
- Other notes
Our services are for Refugees and people seeking asylum