What does RMNS offer?
The Refugee and Migrant Network Sutton offers advice and information on:
Benefits and Support
RMNS, in partnership with Sutton Counselling, offers free one-to-one counselling for refugees needing a confidential setting to help them recover from traumatic events. These will include the problems of loss and exile, and the experience of torture. The counsellors are trained in this area of work, and in working with interpreters.
English classes are held at the Drop-in on Wednesday mornings during term time. Classes are taught by qualified volunteer ESOL teachers, assisted by numerous volunteers. Classes are on five levels and are based around themes that are relevant to everyday life and useful to clients. Spaces are currently available in classes and a few spaces are available for pre-school children of students attending classes.
Monday Toddler Group:
This group normally meets in Trinity Hall on Monday mornings in term time from 9.30 until 10.45. It’s for parents with babies and toddlers who want to start to learn English with their children. However the toddler group is currently closed due to Coronavirus
Emergency Help in times of Crisis:
The Network provides emergency help of a practical kind when clients are in immediate need. This is arranged by the Advice Workers.
We are pleased to be a partner organisation with Sutton's Citizens Advice Bureau and through them we have contact with a number of other organisations who offer help and support.
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Sutton Drop-in Centre
The Drop-in Centre operates
on Wednesdays in term time
from 10.00 to 12.00
Trinity Church Hall
Hill Road is opposite the Library and the Civic Offices which are on St. Nicholas Way
Buses: 151, 164, 213, S1, S3, 407, 420, 613.
5 minutes walk from Sutton Station
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(The church's address is Cheam Road but the entrance to the hall is in Hill Road)