Rescue & Advice Hub
The Help Through Crisis Advice & Rescue Hub based at West Ealing Community Managed Library is the Borough’s first one stop support service for residents likely to endure a short-term crisis. At the Hub we offer a range of specialist tailored support services through our partnerships with local organisations and Ealing Council, working closely with:
- Good Things Foundation
- Shaw Trust
- Ealing Adult Learning
- Simply Connect
- West London Equality Centre
- Ealing Foodbank
- Ealing Law Centre
How to access the Rescue & Advice Hub?
If you are an organisation currently supporting a resident who needs additional support to overcome crisis or preventative intervention, please complete a referral form Please note, unfortunately residents cannot self-refer into the Hub.
Please note that this is not crisis management support. The service is designed to educate and upskill those who have fallen into short-term crisis with the necessary support to help themselves out of crisis and prevent future crisis.
Once referred to the Hub, clients can receive a total of six support sessions in one or more of the specialist support areas listed below:
What support is available?
- Support for domestic violence and abuse
- Digital Skills and Well-being
- Support for Gaining Employment
- Adult Education
- Debt Support
- Financial Skills and Education
- Employment and Family Advice
- European Settlement Service and Advice
- Digital Access
- Food bank Vouchers
How to become a Service Partner
We are always looking to increase and improve the services on offer. If your organisation would like to provide services within the Hub please contact us by emailing email@example.com for further information.
How to find us
West Ealing Library Melbourne Ave, Northfields, London W13 9BT
Rescue & Advice Opening times from 21 July: Every Wednesday 12 noon to 3pm
Pre-booked appointments only.
We are also on Twitter, find us by clicking here.
Interested in volunteering at the Rescue & Advice Hub?
There are many volunteering opportunities to become involved in the Hub. As a Rescue and Advice volunteer you will be in the heart of the community and making a real difference people’s lives. Full training will be provided. If you’re interested in becoming a Hub Volunteer, you can read a role description here. If this sounds like the sort of opportunity you are looking for, then email firstname.lastname@example.org the subject ‘Hub Volunteer’ and we’ll be in touch.