If you are in immediate danger, please dial 999 to contact the Police or medical services.
Our Casework Service provides free, confidential support and advice to people in Aberdeen who have suffered inequality or discrimination.
Our Caseworkers can help you make sense of your rights and options: whether you’ve been the victim of a hate crime; discriminated against at work; are struggling to access the services you need; or are simply feeling isolated and want to become more involved in your community.
We can provide support, advice, advocacy, and mediation, with language support if you need it. Our service is confidential, non-judgmental, and inclusive. We provide a safe environment where your concerns are treated seriously and with respect and privacy.
Our Casework Service is available to anyone with a “protected characteristic” according to the Equality Act 2010: Race, Ethnicity or Nationality; Religion or Belief; Sex or Gender; Sexual Orientation; Transgender Identity; Age; Disability; Marriage or Civil Partnership; Pregnancy or Maternity.
Please get in touch, in whatever way is best for you:
Telephone, Text or WhatsApp: 07857180175
If you can’t find what you need on our website, we’ve put together information and links from a range of organisations that can help with problems related to housing, mental health, poverty, domestic abuse. There are also links to community groups and arts organisations.
Living & Working in North East Scotland
Resource for newcomers to Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray, available in English, Arabic, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese and Russian. The booklet provides information about practical necessities including housing, school, employment, taxes, bank accounts, transport, health, local services, etc.