Asylum Link Merseyside is based in St Anne’s, the disused priory building next to St Anne’s Church in Overbury. It is a safe space for Asylum Seekers and Refugees, to meet, relax and find out about the community they have been dropped into. We offer a wide range of services which are centred on the principles of Friendship and Welcome. These include access to other agencies delivering refugee services on site.
You can get everything from a cup of tea and a chat, access to well-being programmes and advocacy, and help for the destitute.
We provide our services because we believe that fundamentally, all humans are equal, and that Asylum Seekers need our help to overcome the barriers which prevent them from living in our community as equals. They have asked for help and we should give it.