The charity runs several multilingual projects that support families and individuals to rebuild their lives.
The Lifeline Destitution Service offers crisis intervention to destitute or insecurely housed refugees and asylum seekers in order to find safe shelter, legal support and the help they need to rebuild their lives and build stable futures for themselves and their families.
The New Migrants Action Project supports its service users to know their housing and employment rights and assists service users to maximise their income. The project also assists Registered Social Landlords and local authorities to know their responsibilities concerning EU migrants.
The Housing & Homelessness Team runs four distinct projects designed to assist BME communities, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers
The Money Skills Project provides people from BME, refugee and migrant communities with one-to-one money, debt advice/representation, and workshops to reduce fuel poverty and improve financial stability.