Call us: 01902 311554

THE REFUGEE & MIGRANT CENTRE

BLACK COUNTRY & BIRMINGHAM

GSK IMPACT Award Winners 2019

Assisting refugees and migrants through crisis and disadvantage, by removing barriers to their integration and enabling them to become equal citizens.

RMC has returned to regular service. 

There is a monitored drop-in, 4 mornings a week, where social distancing rules will need to be followed. Face-to-face appointments will be booked whenever required.

Where possible we advise clients to call us first before heading to the office.

Wolverhampton     01902 311554

Birmingham          0121 374 0140

Walsall                   01922 614 221

RMC are following Government guidelines to ensure we are as COVID secure as possible. Please wear a face covering when attending our offices.

The Refugee and Migrant Centre (RMC) provides free casework, advice and guidance on immigration, housing/homelessness/destitution, welfare, education and health. Alongside this, we also provide English classes, dedicated support with citizenship and employment and run two resettlement schemes for vulnerable Syrian refugees.


We have recently launched additional online support services in response to coronavirus.


Latest News

See All News
Jamaican Independence Day 2020

Jamaican Independence Day 2020

Posted August 6, 2020

A special celebration this year, in memory of Windrush campaigner, Paulette Wilson. Ahead of Jamaican Independence Day, at the Refugee and Migrant Centre (Black Country and Birmingham), we held a special celebration in memory of Paulette Wilson, Windrush campaigner and a close friend of the charity. Each year, RMC celebrates Jamaican Independence day having strong links with the community from our staff/volunteer team, as well as being heavily[…]

One City: Stay Connected fundraiser

One City: Stay Connected fundraiser

Posted August 3, 2020

A community coming together to connect people The new ‘Stay Connected’ fund will raise vital money for charities supporting individuals facing social isolation as a result of digital exclusion. It includes; the Refugee and Migrant Centre, Wolverhampton Samaritans, Gazebo Theatre and Wolverhampton Learning Platform and is the final stage of a collective fundraising effort to[…]

Our Statistics

In 2019 RMC supported

13,981 clients

over 53,909 visits

by completing 69,307 actions

across all of our offices

Our Partners

Copyright © Refugee and Migrant Centre 2020
West Midlands Web Design by Williams Graphics Ltd