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The Welfare Rights Project serves the South Asian Community within Manchester. The project provides advice and information on various issues such as welfare benefits, discrimination, employment issues, education, employment, health advice, housing, consumer affairs, council tax, family affairs, debt and helps access the services that they are unable to do so because off added barriers such as language.
Our Aim
We aim to empower South Asian communities to tackle problems they experience including; welfare, benefits, housing, education. We can help you with form filling and advocate on your behalf.
The staff at the Pakistani Resource Centre are able to communicate in several South Asian languages, therefore overcoming language barriers. You can call in to your nearest clinic for more information or ring our office to arrange a home visit.

Drop-in clinics have been set up within the catchments areas to help clients access our services.
Two of our clinics are set within the health centre and we accommodate a ladies only drop in as well as home visits when required.
Cheetham Primary Care Trust
Monday (women only) 10am to 12pm
244 Cheetham Hill Road
Cheetham Hill
Manchester, M8 EUP
t: 0161 202 8750
Longsight Health Centre (Consultancy Room 4)
Tuesday 9-30am to 1pm
526 528 Stockport Road
Manchester, M13 0RR
t: 0161 225 9274
Cheetham Hill Probation Office
Wednesday: 9-30am to 1 pm
20 Humphreys Street
Cheetham Hill
Manchester, M8 7JR
t: 0161 795 1777
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