This area of project is evolving into a strong community, providing a place for those experiencing multiple challenges (recovering from homelessness, isolation, mental health difficulties or substance misuse) to belong, gain self confidence and rediscover their value as they have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of courses and experiences offered.
KAP ESOL was established in 2017 and now runs 5 days per week and includes: Pre-entry English lessons for resettled refugees English Language Club – with an emphasis on learning skills for integration into UK society Bespoke English lessons for European Migrants Online Literacy and Conversation 1-2-1 English tutoring
Pathways Employment Programme & Work Readiness
The Pathways team, like the rest of King’s Arms Project, believe that we are all interconnected and that everyone belongs in community. We believe that safe and empowering community is a vital starting point for people to begin to flourish and live fulfilling lives. So this is Pathways’ goal; to create a safe and empowering […]
Since 2016 we have provided holistic resettlement and integration support for 18 refugee families resettled by the UNHCR / UK government across Bedfordshire and also supported a family through Community Sponsorship.
Our Refugees and Migrant Services team launched a helpline in September 2020 in response to an increasing number of enquiries and requests for help from refugees and vulnerable migrants. We advise and support self-referrals as well as professionals. We offer either task-focused support or casework support depending on clients’ needs and our team’s capacity. We […]
Refugee & Migrant Advice Service
King’s Arms Project are proud to be delivering the second alternative to detention community engagement pilot, the Refugee & Migrant Advice Service. Building on the success of Action Access and developed in partnership with the Home Office and UNHCR, the service provides free legal advice for vulnerable people without immigration status through holistic, person-centred support […]
We primarily work with those who have recourse to public funds. We support people moving into hostels, private tenancy and council supported accommodation. This has had a hugely significant impact, particularly on our clients who had No recourse to Public funds, many of whom now have gained ID documents and applied to the EU Settlement […]
King’s Arms Project’s Supported Accommodation Service offers short-term accommodation, a high level of autonomy and independence, and tenancy support for a wide variety of people who have experienced homelessness and are moving toward independent living. We tailor support towards each residents’ needs and aspirations, offering a holistic approach, ensuring residents have the best opportunity to […]