Destitution Support

Destitution Clinic

Multi Agency Destitution Clinic consisting of: Homes4U, Sharedydd, WRC, Migrant Help, CHAPs and British Red Cross.

at Trinity Centre, Four Elms Road/Piercefield Place, Cardiff. CF24 1LE 

Mondays from 2:00pm to 4:00pm - CURRENTLY CLOSED - watch this space!

If you are experiencing destitution or severe hardship (e.g.refused Asylum Seeker or have been granted Refugee status and are waiting for benefits to start), come along to this clinic. You can access support and advice including information on accommodation, small payments and food supplies.



Contact for further information or visit them at the Destitution Clinic (see above).

Many Asylum Seekers are left with no means of support and no right to work in order to support themselves, for long periods of time. Although many people still have legal routes to pursue, life becomes a daily struggle for survival. Home4U Cardiff provides a period of housing, subsistence and practical support to allow their residents to focus on their legal cases and to get some respite from the grind of destitution.

Rainbow of Hope

23-25 Broadway, Adamsdown, Cardiff. CF24 1QE          

Tel: 029 2049 4317


Open Monday to Thursday and Saturdays.

Welcome a Stranger – Asylum Seeker’s Group runs ​on Thursdays. Clients must arrive before 11:30am.

A Christian group providing social activities and support including meals and food parcels to the most vulnerable.


c/o Welsh Refugee Council, 120-122 Broadway, Adamsdown. CF24 1NJ


A small project that tries to find hosts for destitute asylum seekers. Clients must be referred by another service that is working with them, or a professional.


Trinity Centre, Corner of Four Elms Road and Piercefield Place, Adamsdown, Cardiff. CF24 1LE


Open Monday and Thursday from 12:30pm to 5:30pm - - CURRENTLY CLOSED - watch this space!

Food parcels available to Asylum Seekers and Refugees experiencing destitution or severe hardship.